PM Modi makes big statement at COP26 Global Leaders’ Summit in Glasgow

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Describing climate change as a “major threat” to the existence of some developing countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said he feels it is his duty to raise the voice of developing countries while addressing the COP26 Global Leaders Summit in Glasgow.

Glasgow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed COP26 Global Leaders Summit here in Glasgow on Monday.

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Describing climate change as a “major threat” to the existence of some developing countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said he feels it is his duty to raise the voice of developing countries while addressing the COP26 Global Leaders Summit in Glasgow.

Speaking in Hindi at the COP26 Global Leaders Summit here in Glasgow, PM Modi stressed that climate change is a “big threat” to the existence of some developing countries and said, “It is my duty to raise the voice of developing countries ”

He stressed that the world should make more and more efforts to protect the environment.

PM Modi said, “This is the need of the hour and the relevance of this platform will be proved.”

“I believe that the decisions taken on this platform will secure the future of our future generations,” he said.

Delivering India’s national statement at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, the Prime Minister also said, “We must take big steps to save the world. This is the need of the hour and the relevance of this forum will prove to be true. I hope that the decision.” Taken in Glasgow will save the future of our next generations.”

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The Prime Minister also proposed a “One-Word Movement” at the COP26 summit.

“I am proposing a one word movement. This one word is a word in the context of climate. ‘One word’ can become the foundation of the world, it can become resolution. It is one word – life … l I, F, E, i.e. Lifestyle for Environment,” the Prime Minister said.

Addressing the COP26 side event on ‘Action and Solidarity – The Critical Decade’, PM Modi mentioned the adverse impact of climate change including changes in cropping patterns and increasing frequency of floods.

“When compared with mitigation, adaptation has received less attention in the global climate debate. Developing countries are facing injustice because they are most affected by climate change,” he said.

He also said that many traditional communities have the knowledge of living in harmony with nature.

At COP26, world leaders are expected to work to meet the Paris Agreement implementation guidelines, mobilize climate finance, action to strengthen climate adaptation, technology development and transfer, and reach the goals of limiting global warming. is expected.

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The high-level segment of COP26 is titled the World Leaders Summit (WLS) and is attended by heads of state or government from more than 120 countries.

First published:November 2, 2021, 9:47 am

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