India, EU resolve to set up cooperation in environment and climate change

At the 15th India-EU Summit, India and the European Union on July 15, resolved to set up cooperation in environment and climate change and in the field of space and science and technology. The two sides also decided to scale up their cooperation in the areas of water, air quality and nuclear energy. 

The two sides, in the strategic areas of nuclear and space have welcomed signing of the India-EURATOM agreement on research and development cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. 

“India and the EU will engage constructively in the global stocktake in 2023, the outcome of which shall inform the updating and enhancing in a nationally determined manner of the actions, and support in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Paris Agreement,” read a joint statement after the summit. 

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