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By the end of 2015, ASEAN will work out targets to combat global climate change

The leaders of the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) called for the development of national goals to combat global climate change "much earlier" than the UN Conference on this problem in late 2015 will be held. This is stated in a joint statement adopted by the leaders of these countries at the summit in the capital of Myanmar, Naypyidaw.

ASEAN stands for national commitments by the first quarter of next year, the statement said.

In addition, ASEAN leaders called on developed countries to take the initiative and make public plans to reduce harmful emissions into the atmosphere by March 2015.

PRC President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama said earlier this week in Beijing that both countries will seriously limit harmful emissions to the atmosphere in the next two decades.

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