COP28 In Dubai Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Thursday night to attend the World Climate Action Summit during the United Nations Conference on Climate (COP28). Indian expatriates in Dubai warmly welcome PM Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared in an interview with UAE newspaper Al-Ittihad.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Thursday night to attend the World Climate Action Summit during the United Nations Conference on Climate (COP28 In Dubai). PM Modi was warmly welcomed by the Indian expatriate in Dubai, which was followed by a cultural dance performance.
At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in an interview with the UAE newspaper Al-Ittihad. Meanwhile, he said, India is optimistic that COP28 hosted by the UAE will bring new momentum to effective climate action. India and the UAE stand as partners in shaping a greener and more prosperous future and we are steadfast in our joint efforts to influence the global discussion on climate action.
People raised slogans against Modi
In a video posted by news agency ANI, migrant members can be heard raising slogans like ‘Modi, Modi’, ‘Abki baar Modi Sarkar’, and ‘Vande Mataram’. In another video, PM Modi can be seen shaking hands and talking to the members.
In a video posted by news agency ANI, migrant members can be heard raising slogans like ‘Modi, Modi’, ‘Abki baar Modi Sarkar’, and ‘Vande Mataram’.
In another video, PM Modi can be seen shaking hands and talking to the members.
After 20 years of residency in the United Arab Emirates, one of the NRIs expressed happiness at meeting Prime Minister Modi, saying, “Today felt like one of my own had come to this country.” which makes India proud around the globe. It is a diamond.
Deeply moved by the warm welcome from the Indian community in Dubai. Their support and enthusiasm is a testament to our vibrant culture and strong bonds. pic.twitter.com/xQC64gcvDJ— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 30, 2023
We are thrilled to have PM Modi here, another participant remarked. PM Modi is the kind of leader the world needs.
Following his meeting with the Indian community in Dubai, PM Modi also shared several photos on Instagram and expressed his happiness.
“Very impressed with the Indian community’s warm welcome in Dubai,” he wrote. Their enthusiasm and support are evidence of our strong bonds and dynamic culture.
PM Modi’s program in Dubai
PM Modi is set to attend and address the inaugural session of the World Climate Action Summit – the high-level segment of COP28 – on Friday. He is also scheduled to participate in three other high-level side events.
Before leaving for Dubai, Modi said in a statement that “COP28 will provide an opportunity to review the progress made under the Paris Agreement and chart a way for the future course on climate action.”
The COP28 summit is being held under the UAE chairmanship from 30 November to 12 December. According to reports, this year’s COP28 is expected to emphasize the importance of collective action to curb climate change and the important role of finance in the low-carbon transition. It is also likely to focus on channeling money for climate action from rich countries to poor countries.