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Those that have ratified include China and the United States, the world's two biggest carbon dioxide emitters.
Before the announcement 24 countries accounting for around 1% of the world's emissions had ratified the deal, with that figure rising to 39% with the US and China.
If both Iran and Israel signed the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), it would "provide momentum - first for Egypt to ratify the CTBT and then to start negotiations for a nuclear test-free zone in the Middle East," Zerbo reportedly said, adding: "You can't jump and get a weapon-free zone in the Middle East if the CTBT isn't ratified.
The agreement was ratified unanimously -- with 75 senators voting in its favour.
Congress set a deadline of 1979, at which point 35 states had ratified the ERA.
Another decree ratified and issued a law on real estate development.
The Armenian Parliament ratified on Monday the amendments to the Convention on the Physical Protection of
The ratified law will bolster the pioneering role of the chamber to represent the private sector and the business community", he said.
AT&T said it was unfortunate that the very fair and reasonable contract was not ratified, and will continue to work to reach an agreement.
Angelova explained that once the Convention is ratified it will lead to a number of legislation amendments in order to protect disabled people in Bulgaria against discrimination in education, healthcare, and environment.
Kathmandu, June 25 -- Nepal on Friday ratified the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, 1999, and the International Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, averting the risk of being blacklisted in the international financial market.
Japan is seeking to promote civil nuclear cooperation with nations such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia, which have not ratified a protocol to allow snap inspections by the U.