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Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Modi said on climate change in Glasgow, this is a kind of shared atonement for our sins

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the world at the Iris (Infrastructure for Resilient Island States) launch in Glasgow. He said that Iris gives a new hope and a new faith. It gives the satisfaction of doing something for the most vulnerable countries (countries most affected by climate change). PM Modi said that no one is untouched by the wrath of climate chain whether they are developed countries or developing countries.

At the Iris launch in Glasgow, PM Modi said, "I congratulate the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) for this. The past few decades have proved that no one is immune from the wrath of climate change. Whether it is a developed country or a country rich in natural resources, this is a big threat to everyone. The Small Iceland Developing States (SIDS) are most at risk from climate change.

PM Modi further said, "For me CDRI and Iris are not just a matter of infrastructure, but it is part of a very sensitive responsibility of human welfare. This is a shared responsibility of all of us towards mankind. This is a kind of shared atonement for our sins. ”He said that India's space agency ISRO will create a special data window for SIDS. With this, SIDS will continue to get timely information about cyclones, coral-reef monitoring, coast-line monitoring through satellite.

PM Modi said that he considers the launch of Iris very important. Through Iris, it will be easy for SIDS to mobilize the necessary technical and financial information rapidly. The PM said that promoting quality infrastructure in the Small Iceland States would benefit both lives and livelihoods there.