COP21: Paris climate talks set to overrun

The Paris climate summit is expected to conclude on Saturday, a day later than planned, as countries get to work on resolving outstanding issues including finance

The Paris climate summit is expected to conclude on Saturday, a day later than planned, as countries get to work on resolving outstanding issues including finance.

French foreign minister Laurent Fabius, who chairs the talks, said on Friday that he will be able to present a final draft of the Paris agreement to the negotiators on Saturday morning.

He presented the latest draft text for the global agreement on Thursday evening, pointing out that the most complex issues, including finance, the level of ambition of the agreement and differentiation between developed and developing countries still remain open.

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