African ministers seek common biodiversity position

AFP: African environment ministers gathered in the Gabonese capital on Thursday to hammer out a common position ahead of a UN biodiversity conference in Japan next month. The continent "must have its voice heard" at both the October summit in Nagoya and next week's UN General Assembly in New York on issues related to biodiversity, Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba said in a video message. During the two-day conference, the ministers of around 20 countries would examine the views ......

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