Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the United Arab Emirates from November 30 to December 01, 2023. The Prime Minister will represent India at COP-28, a meeting on climate change on behalf of the United Nations in the UAE. The Prime Minister is visiting UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the invitation of the Prime Minister’s Office of External Affairs.
PM Narendra Modi will visit the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from November 30 to December 01, 2023. The Prime Minister will represent India at COP-28, a meeting on climate change on behalf of the United Nations in the UAE.
At the Prime Minister’s Office of External Affairs’ invitation, the Prime Minister is paying a visit to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the United Arab Emirates. The dates of the COP-28 conference are set for November 28, 2023, through December 12, 2023. He will share his opinions on India’s future environmental change roadmap during this meeting.
Earlier, in the same meeting in Glasgow (UK), the PM had presented a roadmap to India to be carbon neutral by the year 2070. Many countries say that this goal is far ahead for a large country like India.
How many heads of state will be involved?
The prime minister is in the United Arab Emirates for the second time in 2023. This time around at COP-167 in the United Arab Emirates, heads of state or their delegates from 28 different nations are anticipated to take part in various sessions. During COP-28, the PM is probably going to have some bilateral meetings with world leaders. The foreign ministries of both nations are in communication regarding the arrival of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Modi.
PM Modi is likely to meet Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi. Top leaders of France, Germany, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and Brazil are also expected to attend the meeting. The dispute between Israel and Hamas was expected to cast a shadow on this meeting, but now that some peace has been established between the two sides, more leaders are likely to participate in it.