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India’s Ambassador & Permanent Representative to the UN Syed Akbaruddin took to Twitter and shared a pleasant video of all the Delegates from the summit

Written By Prachi Mankani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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India’s Ambassador & Permanent Representative to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin took to Twitter and shared a very pleasant video of all the Delegates from the Climate Change summit. The video entailed the message 'Meetings happen, on the move too', which showed glimpses of behind the scenes meeting of the delegates. Top Global leaders were in New York on September 23, to attend the United Nations Climate Action Summit 2019 in the UN Headquarters.

Here's the video posted by Syed Akbaruddin-

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'Meetings happen, on the move too'

The 'Behind the scenes' video showed a series of photos with top leaders including Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, the PM of Bhutan, the President of Columbia, as well as leaders from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Netherlands, talking to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Syed Akbaruddin, who received Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the airport on Sunday, September 23, also said that the members of the Permanent Mission of India to the UN have waited for long to greet the Prime Minister.

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UN Climate Action Summit 2019

According to the press release, leaders from government, business, and civil society announced potentially far-reaching steps to confront climate change at the United Nations Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit in New York. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had directed participating countries to come with concrete and realistic plans, to enhance their nationally determined contributions by 2020. The aim is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 45 per cent over the next decade, and to net zero emissions by 2050. The UN estimates that the world would need to increase its efforts between three- and five-fold to contain climate change to the levels dictated by science – a 1.5°C rise at most – and avoid escalating climate damage already taking place around the world.

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