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Guinea Becomes a Party to the Copenhagen, Montreal and Beijing Amendments

The United Nations Office of Legal Affairs in New York indicated that on 28 February 2012 Guinea became a party to the Copenhagen, Montreal and Beijing Amendments to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.

The United Nations Office of Legal Affairs in New York indicated that on 28 February 2012 Guinea became a party to the Copenhagen, Montreal and Beijing Amendments to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.

The completion of the ratification process, especially for the Copenhagen Amendment, is precondition for  the country to receive financial and technical assistance for its HCFC phase out activities under the Multilateral Fund. With the support of the Fund's Implementing Agencies and other partners, this assistance will help ensure that Guinea achieves and sustains compliance with the treaty's HCFC phase out obligations.

The Status of Ratification, Accession, or Approval of the agreements on the protection of the stratospheric ozone layer as provided by the Depositary, the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, New York,  is available at the following links:
>> http://ozone.unep.org/new_site/en/treaty_ratification_status.php
>> http://treaties.un.org/pages/CNs.aspx

For further information, please Contact:
Mr Boubié Jérémy Bazye
Regional Network Coordinator
UNEP Regional Office for Africa (ROA)
UN GIGIRI, United Nations Avenue
X-Block Ground Floor, West Wing
P.O.Box 30552,
G.P.O 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Tel.: 254 20 7624281
Fax.: 254 20 7623165
Email: Jeremy.Bazye@unep.org