Friday, June 21, 2024

India and UAE are “committed” to a successful “COP 28” climate conference


The “COP 28” summit will be held in Dubai at the end of November, which is divided between the countries of the North, which need to reduce their dependence on fossil energy sources, and the countries of the South, which are calling on rich countries. Make more financial efforts.

A joint statement issued following a meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Emirati President Mohammed bin Zayed in Abu Dhabi said the UAE and India “commit to working together to make COP28 a success for all”. Practical results and includes everyone.”

“Both sides recognized joint work on climate change issues,” and the pursuit of concrete results at the COP28 summit, the statement continued.

In the joint statement, the two sides stressed the “importance of multilateralism” while calling for “joint cooperation to establish a just international order based on laws”.

And they reaffirmed their “commitment to further strengthen the comprehensive strategic partnership, explore emerging areas of cooperation and promote peace, stability and prosperity in the region and the world”.

In Abu Dhabi, Modi met Sultan Al Jaber, chairman of the “COP 28” conference criticized by environmentalists for his support for fossil energy sources, as head of the UAE’s oil giant ADNOC.

The UAE, which has a large Indian community, has close ties with New Delhi, particularly in terms of trade and energy.

In mid-June, the division between North and South dominated preliminary discussions for “COP 28” at the United Nations, particularly on the process of energy transition, assistance in adaptation, as well as the allocation of financial resources to compensate. For “losses and damages” suffered by poor countries.

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Agreement on these issues is necessary to reach conclusions at the “COP 28” conference, which will make it possible to move forward with the commitments made during the Paris climate summit in 2015, namely limiting climate warming to a margin. 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to normal levels. Pre-Industrial Revolution.

At current emission rates, the Earth will warm by about +2.8 degrees Celsius by 2100.

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