PM Modi Leaves For Dubai To Attend World Climate Action Summit

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  • Published On: November 30, 2023
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday called for supporting developing countries with adequate climate financing and technology transfer to help them to deal with climate change as he headed to Dubai to attend a key summit on climate action. In his departure statement, PM Modi said India has walked the talk when it comes to climate action while highlighting the importance India attached to the issue during its G20 presidency.

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