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Officials jet off to Dhaka climate event

Officials jet off to Dhaka climate event

Cambodian officials are among the international delegates who have travelled to Bangladesh for a two-day regional climate conference that opened in Dhaka on Sunday, Bangladeshi media reported. The conference is expected to discuss steps to tackle climate change following December’s climate summit in Copenhagen, and a joint declaration is set to be signed by Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Maldives and the European Union today. Delegations from Afghanistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Nepal and Yemen are also to attend.

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