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Bhupender Yadav meets Danish Minister for Climate Dan Jorgensen on Green Strategic Partnership

New Delhi – Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav met with Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities Dan Jorgensen to discuss on general bilateral cooperation between India and Denmark in the areas of environment and climate change on Thursday. Minister Dan Jorgensen is on five days’ visit to India with a business delegation.

In the meeting, Bhupender Yadav acknowledged the historical and friendly ties between the two countries and highlighted the contributions of Denmark in the ‘White Revolution’ in India, because of which, today India is the largest producer of milk in the world.

Bhupender Yadav also appreciated the contributions of Denmark in setting up of the Clean and Wind energy hub in Tamil Nadu and the companies from Denmark that have made significant investments in India in diverse sectors.

Both the Ministers’ held discussion on Green Strategic Partnership (GSP) and upcoming COP 26 meeting.

Reinstating the findings of the IPCC Physical Science Summary for Policy Makers (SPM) released recently, Bhupender Yadav highlighted that the world must recall about the forgotten phrases ‘Equity, CBDR-RC, and National Circumstances’ that are the bedrock of UNFCCC and its Paris Agreement and emphasized that COP 26 should ensure a balanced outcome with equal treatment to all agenda items like adaptation, finance, response measures, etc.

The Environment Ministers of both countries also discussed on the Joint Action Plan to take forward the Green Strategic Partnership (GSP) in the environment sector. Bhupender Yadav stated that India and Denmark may explore strengthening bilateral cooperation especially on climate change, clean energy, circular economy, and resource efficiency, etc.

Both sides agreed to further strengthen the bilateral cooperation on environment, and also to take forward the discussion on GSP and COP26.

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