Image Source : TWITTER Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Dubai
Dubai: After the successful organization of G20, India has now reached another platform to establish its reputation. The World Climate Action Summit is being held in Dubai and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived to participate in it. PM Modi had left from Delhi to participate in this conference and reached Al Maktoum Airport in Dubai late night Indian time, where he was welcomed in a traditional manner.
PM Modi tweeted the information
After reaching Dubai, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, “I reached Dubai to participate in the COP-28 summit. We are looking forward to the proceedings of the summit which aims to create a better planet.”
After PM’s arrival in Dubai, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, “‘Namaskar’ from Al Maktoum Airport in Dubai where Prime Minister Narendra Modi has just arrived to participate in the World Climate Action Summit. Bagchi informed that the PM’s morning will be accompanied by the inaugural events of the high-level climate event where the Prime Minister will deliver his address. Subsequently, he will participate in a special event organized by the UAE on the transition to climate finance.
PM will also participate in many bilateral meetings
Following this, the Prime Minister will host an event with the UAE that will look at the agreed credit, which is an initiative in which the Prime Minister has a personal interest. Following this, the Prime Minister will participate in an event co-organized with Sweden, called the Leadership Group on Industrial Transition LeadIT and held in between. Along with this, a large number of bilateral talks will take place during the day. And we will return to Delhi in the evening tomorrow to end this very active day.”
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