(AGI) Elmau (Germany), June 8 - The G7 summit held in Bavierahas reached an agreement on climate, establishing that globalwarming can not exceed two degrees compared to pre-industriallevels, reported the website of the European edition ofPolitico. The deal represents a victory for GermanChancellor Angela Merkel, who wanted to build a common frontahead of the Paris Climate Conference in December. In itsfinal communique', the G7 asked for all Countries to complywith the two degree temperature rise. In the conclusive pressconference, German Chancellor Angela Merkel assured that the G7Countries are willing to enforce the long-term commitment takenin Copenaghen in 2009 to establish a 100-billion-dollar fund topay for measures to fight climate changes in poorer countries.(AGI) . .