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More than 160 countries agree to regulate trade in 500 new wild species.

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Representatives of more than 160 governments, parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora have adopted proposals to regulate international trade in more than 500 new species to address the biodiversity crisis. He reiterated his commitment.

CITES CoP-19 closed in Panama on Friday after two weeks of negotiations on the most pressing issues facing trade in endangered species of animals and plants.

The Conference of the Parties (COP) approved 46 of the 52 proposals submitted. It will bring more than a hundred species of sharks, lizards, turtles, fish, birds, frogs and trees under CITES regulations, which are designed to ensure the sustainability of these species in the wild, while Their international trade will be allowed. Contribute to the conservation of ecosystems and global biodiversity.

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