President Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. travel advisory for France was “highly unlikely” to change before next week’s vote on the Paris Climate Agreement.
Trump, who is in France as part of a climate summit with other world leaders, was scheduled to hold the meeting in Paris on Saturday.
But the U to hold that meeting, at least until next week, is highly unlikely.
The White House said in a statement that it would “continue to monitor the situation closely.”
“We continue to believe that it is best for the United States to maintain strong leadership in this vital global dialogue,” the statement read.
French officials have said that the vote could take place before the end of the month, but the U has said that it will take no action until the Paris agreement is signed by the world’s two biggest economies.
The accord, which was negotiated in Paris in 2015 and finalized in 2020, aims to curb the rise of greenhouse gases that are contributing to global warming.
But there is disagreement in Europe about whether the agreement will make a dent in the emissions that are causing the warming.
The European Commission says that the Paris Agreement will “lead to significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions,” while the United Kingdom, France and Germany say it will make “little or no difference.”
Trump has said the Paris Accord will cost the U $2.5 trillion.
The U.K. and France are the only countries in the world to not have signed the accord, but they are the biggest polluters, and the Paris deal will have a “massive impact” on the U., Trump said at a news conference in April.
“It’s a very, very tough deal and we have to do it, but if we don’t get a deal that’s going to make a difference.” “
The U is also considering a U.N. climate deal that would take effect next year and put the U on track to meet its 2020 targets for cutting emissions by 26 to 28 percent by 2025. “
It’s a very, very tough deal and we have to do it, but if we don’t get a deal that’s going to make a difference.”
The U is also considering a U.N. climate deal that would take effect next year and put the U on track to meet its 2020 targets for cutting emissions by 26 to 28 percent by 2025.
Trump’s comments come after he met with European leaders last week, during which he expressed his support for the Paris accord, and said that he hoped to meet with other countries on the climate issue.
Trump met with leaders from the European Union, China, the United Arab Emirates, the European Central Bank and the World Bank, among others.
“If we’re going to keep our commitments, we’re very, we want to keep them,” Trump said.
“You have to be smart, you have to have a lot.
We don’t have that in this country.”
Trump said that Europe has a lot to gain from the Paris climate agreement, but said that “we’ll have to look at our own deal.”
He said the U will not be able to achieve the U’s goal of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels without the agreement.
Trump said he believes that Paris is “one of the most important things for our economy and our future,” but said he will not take any actions that would jeopardize the accord.
“I think Paris is one of the things we’re most interested in doing and I will work to make sure that it’s the most effective agreement for the future,” Trump told reporters.