From April 29 to May 3, representatives from 176 countries attended the Second Session of the Ad-hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action, to finalize a 2015 global climate agreement so it can fully go into effect in 2020. Following the opening meeting, eight small group sessions were held. The Africa Group, the Arab Group, China, the European Union, the Group of 77, and Latin American countries called for ambitious action but did not offer up any suggestions that softened their current stances on post-2020 actions. The Group of Least Developed Countries (LDC) recently announced it would agree to comply with the emissions standards set up in these talks even though they are not obligated to fulfill them. In addition, talks emerged on the creation of a 2050 universal target for reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. It is unclear if the 2050 targets will be in addition to post-2020 targets or in place of these targets. Talks will continue with UNFCCC subsidiary bodies from June 3 to June 14.