The British prime Minister previously admitted that the negotiations are very difficult.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomed the joint declaration of the United States and China on climate issues adopted at the 26th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
“I welcome the demonstration yesterday (on Wednesday). China and the United States are committed to expanding the scope of actions aimed at combating climate change this decade, as well as the desire to keep the global average annual temperature growth at 1.5 degrees Celsius,” Johnson wrote on Twitter on Thursday. “This will facilitate negotiations in the final days of the conference.”
Earlier, Johnson admitted that the negotiations are very difficult. He called on all delegations to make additional efforts to ensure that consensus was reached.
On Wednesday, representatives of the United States and China adopted a joint declaration at the UN climate conference in support of its tasks.