PM Modi Receives Warm Welcome In UAE During COP28 Summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the United Arab Emirates for the COP28 summit. Let’s understand the reasons behind his visit, the reactions and welcomes he received, the key messages he conveyed, and the main focus of his agenda during this crucial COP28 climate conference.
PM Modi traveled to the UAE to participate in the COP28, a major climate change conference. Upon his arrival in Dubai, the Prime Minister was warmly greeted by a large gathering of the Indian diaspora.
Warm Welcome To The UAE
Upon his arrival, PM Modi was greeted enthusiastically by the Indian diaspora in Dubai. The atmosphere was electric with chants of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”, “Modi-Modi”, and songs resonating with Indian patriotism.
They expressed their admiration and respect for him, singing patriotic songs and chanting supportive slogans.
The world was impressed again with PM Modi’s popularity and the strong bond he shares with the Indian community abroad. Modi expressed his gratitude on the microblogging site ‘X’, appreciating the diaspora’s support and enthusiasm.
India’s Involvements In COP28
During his time in the UAE, PM Modi had a busy schedule, participating in various events at the COP28. His involvement goes beyond the World Climate Action Summit.
He’s scheduled to speak at five different events, emphasizing issues like climate finance transformation and the green credits program. These sessions provide a platform for him to share India’s vision and efforts in the global fight against climate change.
PM Modi said that the developing countries never created problems, yet they are being a part of the solution!
Agendas Behind COP28
The primary focus of PM Modi’s agenda at COP28 revolves around several critical issues. Firstly, he’s advocating for increased climate financing and technology transfer to developing nations, highlighting the necessity for developed countries to support those more vulnerable to climate impacts.
This is particularly important considering the recent establishment of a “loss and damage” fund at COP28, aimed at helping countries severely affected by climate change.
Additionally, PM Modi is emphasizing the need to review the progress made under the Paris Agreement and to chart a course for future climate initiatives.
UAE’s Crucial Role In COP28
At COP28, the UAE played a key role by leading discussions. The country hosted this global event and focused on increasing renewable energy and improving energy efficiency.
The UAE also helped create a fund to assist countries badly affected by climate change. Their leadership was crucial in guiding these important talks during the summit.
As the conference progresses, we look forward to more insights and contributions from India and other nations in our collective journey towards a more sustainable future.