- UN Secretary- General Ban Ki-moon for the beginning of the second week of important international climate summit in Paris called on the ministers concerned to a " credible and fair agreement " to come. "The world expects more from you than half-baked measures and small plans. Otherwise we are heading off soon on a climate catastrophe," Ban said.
After difficult negotiations between the negotiators from nearly 200 countries since Saturday there is a new draft text for a global climate treaty. But hundreds of items countries are not even. The ministers have to address over the coming days here. " It has a strong, universal agreement be ", said Ban Ki-moon. According to Ban, the developing countries will finally get the money promised to implement measures to mitigate climate change.