For the 18th summit, with the theme “One Earth, One Family, One Future,” world leaders have been coming to the nation. UAE President HH Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan also arrived in India for the G20 Summit in Delhi. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the President of the UAE, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, met before the event.
UAE President HH Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan Visits India
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Nityanand Rai, the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, welcomed President Al Nahyan. Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the president of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), arrived at Delhi’s Palam airfield on Friday for the G20 Summit.
The UAE was invited to the meeting as a guest nation by India, which is hosting the G20 this year. By highlighting the objectives the Indian presidency had set forth for the summit, this affirms the UAE’s commitment to constructively contributing to the G20’s work.
The UAE will focus on its vital role in furthering global climate action as the host of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP28) in 2023, in accordance with the common goals and aspirations of the G20 and COP28.
The UAE has increased its efforts via the Sherpa meetings of the G20 Finance Tracks with its innovative agenda in the clean energy industry and Net Zero by 2050 carbon neutrality plan. (As per The Print)
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This year, the UAE’s participation in the G20 pre-summit discussions was remarkable for its case study presentations on the most cutting-edge and effective methods used in the nation for development, public policies, systems, and legislation.
The G20 released these practices in a number of categories and publications, demonstrating the success of the UAE in a number of industries.
Along with congratulating the UAE on being selected as the COP28 host nation in 2023, PM Modi promised the government would fully support the Gulf state when it assumed the COP28 presidency. In response, President Al Nahyan praised India for taking over the G20 leadership. (As per The Print)
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