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PM Modi in COP26: PM Modi reaches ‘World Leader Summit of COP-26’, will address in a while

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reached Rome, the capital of Italy, to participate in the G20 summit. The G20 concluded on Sunday in which top leaders of 20 member countries discussed issues such as global health, economy and climate. On Sunday, PM Modi arrived in Glasgow city of Scotland where he is participating in the United Nations Climate Summit. Delegates from nearly 200 countries are attending the United Nations Climate Summit in Glasgow to discuss the best ways to tackle global warming.

On Monday, PM Modi will address the plenary session of the summit, the main things of which you can read in this news in a while. Modi reached the ‘World Leader Summit of COP-26’ in Glasgow on Monday at 5:30 pm. PM Modi tweeted on Sunday and informed about reaching Glasgow and participating in the COP26 conference. In Glasgow, the Prime Minister met representatives of the Indian community ahead of the conference. PM Modi, who reached the hotel, was welcomed by the Indian community by singing a song. A large group of Indian diaspora representatives greeted Modi with the slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’.

PM Modi gave three mantras to improve the world supply chain, counted India’s achievements
‘What to say friends of this country, Modi is the jewel of India.’
The Indian community was present with the Indian flag welcoming PM Modi. People greeted Modi with applause, songs and ‘Namaste’. During this, some people sang a song for the Prime Minister, ‘Is Desh ka Yaaron Kya Kehna, Modi is the jewel of India.’ Earlier, the Prime Minister had last attended COP-21 in Paris in 2015. This convention is also being called COP26. The conference will continue till November 13. COP stands for ‘Conference of Parties’. This is a conference to be organized to prepare a framework on the issue of climate change.

Aim to reduce global warming by 2°C by the end of the century
The goal of keeping global warming below 2 °C (3.6 °F) by the end of this century was agreed at a conference in the French capital six years ago. More than 25,000 delegates have registered for the convention this year. British officer Alok Sharma will preside over it. More than 100 leaders from around the world will attend the start of the summit, known as the High Level Segment, on Monday and Tuesday. These leaders include US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.