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PM Modi Spoke on Climate Change in Glasgow

PM Modi said The launch of ‘Infrastructure for the Resilient Island States’ (IRIS) raises a new hope. Gives new confidence.

PM Modi spoke on climate change in Glasgow

Today is the second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Britain. PM Modi arrived to participate in the international climate summit ‘COP-26’. PM Modi presented a formal position on India’s climate agenda in the meeting. He said, the launch of ‘Infrastructure for the Resilient Island States’ raises a new hope. Gives new confidence. It gives the satisfaction of doing something for the most vulnerable countries.

The PM said that I propose a One-Word Movement in front of you today. This One-Word one word, in the context of climate, One World – can become the basic foundation of one world, can become a foundation. It is a word- LIFE…L, I, F, E, i.e. Lifestyle For Environment

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PM Modi said

The last few decades have proved No one is immune from the wrath of climate change. Whether it is a developed country or a country rich in natural resources, this is a big threat to everyone. In this too, the small island developing states are most at risk from climate change. India’s space agency ISRO will build a special data window for SIDS. With this, SIDS will continue to get timely information about cyclones, coral-reef monitoring, coast-line monitoring, etc. through satellite.

PM Modi further said, ‘I consider the launch of IRIS very important. Through IRIS, it will be easy for SIDS to gather technology, financial support, necessary information faster. Promotion of quality infrastructure in small island developing states will benefit both life and livelihood there.

“India will always strengthen every effort for sustainable development”

Earlier on Tuesday, PM Modi said. India will always strengthen every effort it makes for sustainable development. Modi said this after European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen described India as an important partner in tackling climate change. Prime Minister Modi once again met Leyen on the sidelines of the COP26 climate summit here on Monday. European Council President Charles Michel and Leyen met Modi in Rome on Friday on the sidelines of the G20 summit.

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