Working groups at the UN conference on climate change to Saturday evening to prepare draft final documents, which are then written to the ministers and heads of delegation, told reporters Executive Secretary UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Christiana Figueres.
More than 17,000 delegates, experts and journalists gather in Qatar's capital to participate in a UN conference on climate change. As expected, the main themes of a two-week talks, which began on 26 November, will be the conditions of the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol and its mechanisms for raising funds in the Green Climate Fund.
Secretary of the Convention, in a press conference on Friday, said that by Saturday evening all teams plan to present the preliminary results of the discussion on the text that will form the basis for the work of ministers and heads of delegations to the next week.
"In particular, the co-chairs of the Working Group on the Durban Platform (new agreement, which must be prepared in 2015 — Ed.) Also presented a draft of the document — it will be our first text in this negotiation track," — said Figueres.
In this paper, according to her, will be the first sketched a rough plan of action in terms of the participating countries on the negotiations until 2015.
The main achievements of the past week Figueres called productive work of the subsidiary bodies of the Convention, dealing with technical issues in the negotiations.
"At the political level, I would say that is extremely productive this week was that the country came here willingly continue to work, they sit at the table, listen to each other, understand the differences in their positions and begin to look for a compromise, where the differences important ", — said Figueres.
"All parties are willing to agree on a negotiating matters at the end of next week," — said the executive secretary.
Commenting on the tensions in the group on Long-term Cooperative, which could undermine the negotiation process as a whole, Figueres noted that countries should aim to achieve a politically balanced package of decisions.
"Of course, there is always the risk of" transfusion "(problems in a single negotiation issue to other issues — Ed.), This is not news, and the parties to the convention is fully understood," — said the executive secretary.
As previously reported, the situation of the working group on Long-term Cooperative Action, discuss strategic issues and, in particular, the term "climate" financing is complicated dispute between developed and developing countries on the draft text of the chairman of the group, the representative of Saudi Arabia.
Observers at the talks said earlier that the unwillingness of countries to "close" the working group and efficiently complete the work of the past five years can make UN climate conference in Qatar in a deadlock and finally "break up" the negotiation process. In addition, the main "pain points" of negotiations is the question of sources of filling the Green Climate Fund (GCF), set up to facilitate the introduction of low-carbon technologies and the fight against climate change in developing countries.