24 April, 2021 – Source: The New Indian Express
US President Joe Biden has said that achieving climate and energy goals “a core pillar” of India-US Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030
“I’m looking forward to working with India’s Prime Minister Modi in a new partnership to achieve our climate and energy goals, making this a core pillar of our bilateral cooperation,” Biden said in his address to the two-day virtual summit on climate change on Friday.
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