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Paris Peace Conference,

1919: see Versailles, Treaty ofVersailles, Treaty of,
any of several treaties signed in the palace of Versailles, France. For the Treaty of Versailles of 1783, which ended the American Revolution, see Paris, Treaty of, 1783.
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The spokeswoman also remarked that it was for this reason that France has launched its initiative in January 2018, forming an "international partnership against impunity in the use of chemical weapons," an initiative that Kuwait joined at the Paris conference. (end) jk.ibi
They agreed to provide information on their progress in carrying out these nationally determined contributions, which they had submitted at the Paris conference three years ago.
It gave a stark warning about global warming and climate change to the extent that we could easily exceed the 1.5degC target set at the 2015 Paris Conference by 2030.
Mosul / NINA / - Nineveh governor Nawfal Al-Aakoub announced allocation of 10 million dollars during the Paris conference to rehabilitate and build the University of Mosul.
On Kuwait's participation in the Paris conference, he said it was yet another contribution towards a humanitarian cause, acknowledging the UN's special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths' efforts to bring an end to the conflict.
The foreign minister made the call while delivering a presentation on 'Combating the Financing of Terrorism More Effectively: What Are Aspects of Cooperation We Need?' at the Paris Conference to Combat Terrorist Financing on Thursday.
Washington: The Paris Conference is an opportunity to mobilize international support for these efforts.
"We agreed that both the capital investment plan and the reform plan that the prime minister and the government are planning to propose before the Paris conference are needed for Lebanon's future," Jarvis said.
It's worth noting that the Sudan has participated in the Paris Conference 20015, and the Marrakech Conference (COP 22) in 2016, and that about 54 African countries will participate in the coming conference.
The Paris conference is not the first to tackle the Qatari regime and system; earlier, at a conference organized by Chatham House in London, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al Jubeir called on Qatar to change its attitudes for the sake of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
The Paris conference brought together Arab and non-Arab ambassadors, experts and representatives of the civil society and the media.
It's reasonable to ask what the Paris conference hoped to achieve; indeed why, given the many and varied crises gripping the Middle East, it was ever convened in the first place.