Bureau of African environment ministers meets in Tripoli

Tripoli- Libya (PANA) -- The Executive Bureau of African Environment Ministers began a meeting in Tripoli Saturday on the implementation of programmes approved last June by the Conference of African Union (AU) Environment Ministers.
The meeting, presided by Libya, which also chairs the Conference of African Environment Ministers, will consider agreements on the fight against desertification, pollution, support for sustainable development and general protection of the environment in Africa.
The executive bureau grouping Sudan, Mali and the Central African Republic will also discuss training programmes for senior African technical executives for the execution of ecological projects on the continent.
The meeting will also consider the Bureau's budget.

29 january 2005 21:12:00

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