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Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar Set to Explore Enhanced Cooperation with India in Talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Dubai: Ireland is poised to significantly enhance its global impact in climate finance, according to Prime Minister Leo Varadkar. He has indicated a commitment to increasing the annual contribution to international climate finance to €225 million. Varadkar emphasised that this augmented commitment represents Ireland’s optimal contribution to the ongoing COP28 climate talks in Dubai. The Prime Minister announced that Ireland’s specific contribution to the fund would be unveiled during his official address at the conference.

Highlighting Ireland’s unique position as a small yet affluent nation, Varadkar underscored the nation’s dedication to aiding economically challenged and vulnerable countries in climate-related adaptation efforts. He noted that, in alignment with this commitment, Ireland is actively participating in the recently established “Loss and Damage” fund, an initiative supported by global leaders.

Varadkar is scheduled to hold discussions with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Dubai. Expressing a personal affinity with India, he stated, “India is a country close to my heart. My father hails from India, and the Irish people aspire to foster the strongest possible relationship between Ireland and India.”

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