The COP22 meeting in Marrakech saw Pakistan become the 104th country to ratify the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Pakistan played a leading role in the Climate Change negotiations. The Prime Minister of Pakistan had led the delegation to Paris last December, becoming part of the international consensus on Climate Change.
The ratification certificates deposited by countries are also known as certificates of concurrence. What does this mean in reality? Certificates of concurrence are a guarantee that the agency or group understands the Paris Agreement — and agrees to do its part in implementing the country's commitment under the agreement.
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