Representatives of 191 states gathered in Rio de Janeiro to reach a historic treaty on the green planet, which would save billions of people from poverty. Serbian Environment Minister Oliver Dulić stressed the importance of the adoption of the final document and the fact that leaders of the developed world have decided to earmark significant funds for the green policy and sustainable development. Serbia will use those funds to promote its development and investments in environment protection, especially in the protection of waters and the recycling and waste management industries, Dulic told agency Tanjug. The final document, which UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon assessed as historic, will represent a platform for environment protection and sustainable development in the next ten years. At the Rio 20 plus summit, which is thus called because it is taking place in Rio again after twenty years, the Serbian delegation is headed by President Tomislav Nikolić, who is to address the participants on Friday, and Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić as well is taking part in the conference.