Trump did not rule out the return of the United States at the Paris climate agreement

© 2018 AFP / Nicholas Kamm US President Donald trump. Archive photoTrump did not rule out the return of the United States at the Paris climate agreement© 2018 AFP / Nicholas Kamm

The US President Donald trump once again did not rule out the possibility of returning the U.S. to the Paris climate agreement.

The US withdrew from the agreement in the summer of 2017, however, trump on Wednesday did not rule out that the country can return to the Paris agreement on climate change.

«The Paris agreement would be a disaster for us. But if there is a good agreement, there is always a chance that we’ll be back,» said trump in an interview with British journalist Piers Morgan.

Currently, the President noted that the agreement for the United States «terrible» and «unfair».

The first global climate agreement, the Paris agreement was signed in December 2015, it defines the global plan of action to curb global warming. The agreement was ratified by 170 countries, pledging to take action to reduce emissions, technological reequipment and adaptation to climate change.

In early June, trump announced that the USA is out of the Paris agreement, for participation in which was made by previous administration of Barack Obama. This provoked criticism from parts of the public and the political elite in the country and abroad. The President explained his decision by the fact that the agreement is disadvantageous to US from an economic point of view. Earlier trump called the theory of global warming fiction.