UPDATE3: China, U.S. sanction Paris meridian change accord

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21:07 3 Sep 2016

By Takuya Karube
HANGZHOU, China, Sept. 3, Kyodo

China and a United States pronounced Saturday they have validated a new tellurian agreement on meridian change, augmenting a prospects of a agreement entering into force by a finish of this year, only before a presidents of a dual vital powers sat down for their presumably final in-depth talks.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Barack Obama submitted papers of fasten a Paris Agreement on meridian change to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon in Hangzhou, a day before this year’s limit of a Group of 20 vital economies, after completing all required domestic procedures.

Hours before Obama’s attainment in a Chinese city, a venue of a two-day summit, China pronounced a agreement on meridian change was validated during a shutting assembly of a weeklong bimonthly event of a National People’s Congress Standing Committee.

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