Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday met French President Francois Hollande and pronounced that India will have a “constructive and positive” mindset during a essential UN meridian limit that began in Paris.
In his assembly with a French president, Modi asserted that “credibility of commitments” to fight meridian change by nations will be a pivotal to a successful meridian agreement during a ongoing summit.
“PM @narendramodi starts engagements during #COP21 by assembly President Hollande. PM @narendramodi meets Prez @fhollande, conveys that as universe meets for #COP21, Paris is about rebuilding trust,” Ministry of External Affairs orator Vikas Swarup pronounced in a tweet.
“PM @narendramodi to President @fhollande: India comes with a constructive approach, desirous goals and certain mindset #COP21. PM @narendramodi says that credit of commitments by nations pivotal to successful outcome during @COP21 #COP21,” a MEA orator tweeted.
Modi will also broach a debate on India’s mount on a emanate and also showcase India’s peace with nature, sourroundings and joining to lessen meridian change.
The Prime Minister will also jointly launch a International Solar Alliance with Hollande after in a day.
Besides Modi, other universe leaders including US President Barack Obama, China’s Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin are attending a 21st Conference of a Parties (COP21) tasked with reaching a initial truly concept meridian pact.