Signing Agreement Ceremony

The performance of the IQ protocol at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum ensures professional planning and the execution of signing ceremonies with maximum efficiency at optimal cost. Non-binding international companies must have a signature from the Clerk or a high-ranking international officer. If the Clerk and senior international officer are not available, the agreement must be pre-signed by the authorized representative prior to the public ceremony. An additional signature line can be added for the Senior Leader (EVCP, VCR or Dean) who will be present on behalf of UC Berkeley during the event. If necessary, GEO prepares the agreement and ensures all necessary signatures before the signing ceremony. Impact on public affairs: the search for high-level international partnerships is often expected with the expectation of a press release or an event from the partner, whether the agreement is binding or non-binding, regardless of the start of the partnership. In order to avoid surprising press releases from partners, teachers or collaborators studying the relationship, they should work with the campus communication group for external relations, public affairs or their own department to establish appropriate expectations at an early stage and define the best method of verification and admission to UC Berkeley, as well as the best method of media recognition/sharing. In order to organize signing ceremonies and press conferences, the Press Centre has a series of individual rooms, set up in the style of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum and equipped with the necessary sound and video equipment and other technical possibilities for media representatives to participate in the event. On 1 September 2016, a ceremony to sign the agreement between UNESCO and the National Commission of the Kingdom of Morocco for UNESCO will take place at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The agreement concerns the organisation of the first meeting of the ad hoc expert group (AHEG), which is responsible for drafting a first draft draft text of a declaration on ethical principles relating to climate change.

The adoption of the agreement sends a message to the world that countries are taking the fight against climate change seriously. It is a remarkable triumph that the 196 parties to the Convention have reached this agreement. The agreement on the host country is signed by Mr Abdeljalil Lahjomri, UNESCO`s Deputy Director-General for External Relations and Public Relations, and Mr Abdeljalil Lahjomri, Secretary General of the National Commission of the Kingdom of Morocco.



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