The co-chairs proposed the draft conclusions on 16 May, taking into account the progress of each item on the agenda. The draft was discussed in the contact group and adopted on May 18, the last day of the meeting. In accordance with Decision 1/CP.22, bilateral consultations with each negotiating group and the first open informal consultation on the facilitation dialogue set out in Decision 1/CP.21 in 2018 were convened by the PRESIDENCy of the COP (Morocco) and the future presidency of the COP (Fiji). The parties spoke on the objective, format and timing, amount, contributions and results of the FD, so that the event could be a useful opportunity to strengthen the momentum of measures to combat climate change. Informal consultations will continue in the next session. At COP23, the President of the COP will report on the design of the FD series on the discussions that took place during the consultations. The APA elected its co-chairs, Sarah Baashan (Saudi Arabia, non-annex 1), and Ms Jo Tyndall (New Zealand, Appendix 1) at its first session in May 2016. As the mandate of this meeting ended, it was decided that they had been permanently re-elected as co-chairs until the end of COP24 in 2018, in order to ensure continuity of work. Japan s. Participated in these meetings, the outcome and evaluation of the conferences are as follows.
At the 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP22), it was decided that the work programme would be finalized under the 2018 Paris Agreement. During this meeting, the parties worked until this deadline to develop the modalities, procedures and guidelines (MPG) of the Paris Agreement. There has been a shift from conceptual discussion to technical and concrete discussion, and the contracting parties have taken into account the titles and sub-titles/sub-titles/elements of the GMP based on progress on each item on the agenda. The subsequent work until the next meeting, such as. B the roundtable before the meeting, were also decided. The multilateral assessment was carried out on progress towards the 2020 emission reduction targets for the parts listed in Schedule I of the agreement (developed countries). Seventeen parties, including Japan, presented the presentations, followed by constructive questions and answers.