New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today leave for the Paris summit on climate change, where he will join some 150 heads of nations in climate change negotiations.
Modi will reach Paris tonight at 11:30 pm, and on Monday he will hold bilateral meetings with world leaders, including US President Barack Obama.
Developing nations are hopeful that PM Modi will push forward their interests in clinching funds to tackle the effects of climate change.
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The Prime Minister is likely to address the summit between 6:30 to 9 pm tomorrow.
Ahead of the Paris summit, the Commonwealth committed itself to working towards an “ambitious” and “legally-binding” climate deal as it asserted that vulnerable countries must be assisted by the rich nations in combating climate change.
The 53-nation bloc, including India, agreed to work towards a legally-binding outcome at the COP21 and said the climate change challenge could only be met by an urgent global response.
Meanwhile, Oxfam activists have been staging protests ahead of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, as they want world leaders to get the best climate deal for poor people.
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