7 November 2012

Angola: Nation Signed Six International Environmental Conventions

Luanda — Angola became over the last 33 years signatory part of six international environmental conventions with the signing of their respective protocols, as well as adhering to different amendments made in some documents, Angop has learnt.

Sought to give its contribute in the protection of the earth planet and rational management of its various resources, taking into account the contribute of the future generations, Angola is part of the UN conventions on fight against drought and desertification, of Vienna on the Ozone layer and f the biological diversity.

According to a document of the Ministry of Environment, Angola is also part of the convention on conservation of wild migratory kinds, of Stokohlm on persisting organism pollutants and of climatic changes.

The conventions are those linked to the maintenance of wild migratory kinds, signed on June 23, 1979, in Germany, and ratified by Angola on May 09, 2002, coming into force on December 01, 2006.

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