This agreement brings the EU closer to meeting the Paris climate commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% by 2030 compared to 1990. The Regulation aims to ensure that the target of reducing emissions by 30% by 2030 compared to 2005 is achieved in the burden-sharing sectors, including buildings, agriculture (non-CO2 emissions), waste management and transport (excluding aviation and international shipping). EU ambassadors today supported the December 2017 provisional agreement between the Estonian Presidency and the European Parliament on the burden-sharing regulation. The draft Regulation sets binding emission reduction targets for Member States in sectors not covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) for the period 2021-2030. Other tel. Consular emergencies after work: +64 99 20 20 20 | for consular assistance in Switzerland, Telephone: +41 22 929 0350 EVACUATION REPORT OF NIGERIANS STRANDED ABROAD AND RETURNEES/PERSONS ARRIVING FROM ANY COUNTRY IN NIGERIA In July 2016, the European Commission presented two proposals on sectors not covered by the ETS – burden-sharing and LULUCF, based on the guidance presented by the European Council in its conclusions of October 2014. In order to protect staff and visitors to the Nigerian Embassy, please inform that the Embassy now requires the download of the Corona app introduced by the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. The Nigerian Embassy in Berlin is available to gather information from the envisaged passengers, including families for transfer to Abuja; Now, no one can enter the embassy without providing proof of the app installed on their phones. By implicaton, the App is a conditon to accessing the embassy premises.
In any event, the Head of Mission shall enjoy diplomatic privileges, immunities and immunities from the moment of his entry into the host State or, if he is already staying there, from the moment his appointment is notified to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Article 39(1) WEEE). The 2020 General Election will be held in New Zealand on 17 October along with the End of Life Choice and Cannabis referendums. . . .