Prime Minister Narendra Modi is holding a series of high-level meetings at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland.
Earlier this month, Environment Minister Bhubandar Yadav announced that Prime Minister Modi would attend the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, in a boost to global efforts to cut emissions further to combat global warming.
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In Glasgow, PM Modi will join more than 120 Heads of Government and Heads of State at the World Leaders Summit (WLS) of the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Scotland. Event Campus (SEC) is a United Nations designated area for the World Summit.
Modi, who has had a string of entries at the G20 summit in Rome, will travel to Scotland from Italy on the second leg of his European tour, which began on Friday.
Here’s a look at the full schedule of PM Modi local time for November 1 in Glasgow
10:00 – 10:30 a.m.: Meet with community leaders/patterns
12:00 PM – 13:00 PM: Opening Ceremony of COP26
13:45 – 14:00: Bilateral talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (10 minutes internal briefing before the meeting)
14:30 pm – 16:30 pm: High-level event with world leaders on “Action and Solidarity – The Defining Decade”
Prime Minister Modi will leave after making his statement to make a national statement
15:00 pm – 16:00 pm: National Statements for Leaders (3 minutes each)
17:45 pm – Kelvingrove Gallery and Museum of Art
18:00 PM – 20:30 PM: VVIP استقبال Reception
Prime Minister Modi is also preparing to meet his Israeli counterpart, Naftali Bennett, on the sidelines of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
The meeting between Modi and Bennett comes after External Affairs Minister Jaishankar, during his visit to Israel last week, extended an invitation to the Israeli Prime Minister on Modi’s behalf to visit India.
Modi’s call for Bennett made headlines in Israel, where it was interpreted as a signal from New Delhi that it was comfortable working with the new government in the Jewish state. According to local media reports, Bennett is likely to visit India next year.