In the following example, would it be correct to replace both uses of 'upon'?

Tom further encouraged Blain's team regarding the proposed trade deal, adding that before everything would be agreed upon, nothing would be agreed upon.

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Per the usage deities, on and upon are interchangeable, though upon lends a more formal, emphatic note.

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