Statements made in connection with COP 17 / CMP 7

Statements

Statements made at the opening of the High-Level Segment at COP 17/CMP 7

Statement by Christiana Figueres
6 December 2011
Durban, South Africa
Statement delivered by the Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres
Statement

Statement by Mr. BAN Ki-Moon
6 December 2011
Durban, South Africa
Statement delivered by Mr. BAN Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
Statement

Statement by his Excellency President Jacob Zuma
6 December 2011
Durban, South Africa
Statement delivered by his Excellency Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa
Statement

High Level Segment with statements by Heads of States and Governments (in order of delivery)

FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA

ERITREA

COTE D'IVORE

GABON

GHANA

BELARUS

NAURU speaking on behalf of the Pacific Small Island Developing States

KENYA

MICRONESIA (FEDERATED STATES OF)

MONACO

SWAZILAND

JAMAICA

SENEGAL

BARBADOS

BAHRAIN

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

MALAYSIA

CHILE (statement not available)

SAMOA

ANGOLA

ISRAEL

ARGENTINA speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China

SEYCHELLES

KUWAIT

EUROPEAN UNION

ESTONIA

SUDAN (statement not available)

AUSTRALIA speaking on behalf of the Umbrella Group

UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

PANAMA

GAMBIA speaking on behalf of the Least Developed Countries

ECUADOR

SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC

GRENADA speaking on behalf of the Alliace of Small Island States

SWITZERLAND (statement not available)

CZECH REPUBLIC

NIUE

ITALY

AFGHANISTAN

COMOROS

BANGLADESH

MAURITIUS

ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN

ROMANIA

PAKISTAN

SINGAPORE

COLOMBIA

SOMALIA

BELIZE

BELGIUM

LIBYA

REPUBLIC OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS

LUXEMBOURG

REPUBLIC OF PALAU

MOROCCO

LESOTHO

IRAQ

REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA

FRANCE

PERU

TUVALU

TIMOR-LESTE

TONGA

QATAR

MAURITANIA

LEBANON

SWEDEN

BURUNDI

 

MALTA

UGANDA

OBSERVER STATE

MALDIVES

EL SALVADOR speaking on behalf of the Central American Commission on Environment and Development

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN

BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA

BENIN

 

KAZAKHSTAN

KIRIBATI

 

NIGERIA

GREECE

OBSERVER ENTITIES

CANADA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (statement not available)

PALESTINE

THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA

CHAD

 

FINLAND

SAUDI ARABIA

 

PARAGUAY esp

PHILIPPINES

INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

SLOVAKIA

RWANDA

African Development Bank Group

JAPAN

ZAMBIA

Banque Ouest Africaine de Developpement

LIECHTENSTEIN

NIGER

Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre

NEPAL

URUGUAY

ComisiĂłn Centroamericana de Ambiente y Desarrollo

UKRAINE

BRAZIL

Global Biodiversity Information Facility

PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

UNITED KINGDOM

Institut International du Froid

FIJI

ZIMBABWE

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

REPUBLIC OF CONGO

NICARAGUA

International Organization for Migration

HONDURAS

TURKEY

Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States

NORWAY

TURKMENISTAN

Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe

PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA

GUINEE

South Centre

MEXICO

NAMIBIA

International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)

ALGERIA

TOGO

International Energy Agency (IEA)

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

BOTSWANA

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

SURINAME

 

AUSTRALIA

SOLOMON ISLANDS

 

REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

INDONESIA

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION

COSTA RICA

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

World Business Council for Sustainable Development, on behalf of business and industry non-governmental organizations

GERMANY

SPAIN

Climate Action Network International, on behalf of environmental non-governmental organizations

SLOVENIA

EGYPT

Friends of the Earth International, on behalf of environmental non-governmental organization

DOMINICA

SERBIA

Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions, on behalf of farmers non-governmental organizations

BURKINA FASO

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Christian Aid, on behalf of indigenous peoples organizations

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

MALAWI

ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, on behalf of local government and municipal authorities
Charter

DENMARK

CUBA

University of Cape Town, on behalf of research and independent non-governmental organizations

IRELAND

GEORGIA

International Trade Union Confederation, on behalf of trade union non-governmental organizations

MONGOLIA

SIERRA LEONE

GenderCC-Women for Climate Justice, on behalf of women and gender non-governmental organizations

PORTUGAL

MONTENEGRO

World Council of Churches, on behalf of faith based non-governmental organizations

AUSTRIA

LAO (PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF)

College of the Atlantic, on behalf of youth non-governmental organizations

MOZAMBIQUE

VIET NAM

 

BHUTAN

THAILAND

 

MALI

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

 

CYPRUS

NETHERLANDS

 

NEW ZEALAND

ICELAND

 

INDIA

ST. KITTS AND NEVIS