Angola submits Accession Letters to United Nations Treaties

  • Angolan Parliament building
New York - Three legal instruments for Angola's accession to international treaties were submitted on Monday at the United Nations (UN), after being approved by the National Assembly and signed by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço.

These are the Letters of Accession to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and Accession to the Statutes of the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology.

The third is the Letter of Adhesion to the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol on the Protection of the Ozone Layer, which establishes a commitment to reduce consumption and production of hydro fluorocarbons by all countries.

These instruments were forwarded to the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, as bona-fide receiver of the said Treaties, in compliance with the necessary legal formalities after being ratified by the States Parties.

Presented by the Permanent Mission of Angola to the UN in New York, the Accession Letters reaffirm the country's commitment to participation in global affairs, in favor of peace, cooperation and sustainable international development.

These are the Letters of Accession to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and Accession to the Statutes of the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology.

The third is the Letter of Adhesion to the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol on the Protection of the Ozone Layer, which establishes a commitment to reduce consumption and production of hydro fluorocarbons by all countries.

These instruments were forwarded to the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, as bona-fide receiver of the said Treaties, in compliance with the necessary legal formalities after being ratified by the States Parties.

Presented by the Permanent Mission of Angola to the UN in New York, the Accession Letters reaffirm the country's commitment to participation in global affairs, in favor of peace, cooperation and sustainable international development.