India, France, And UAE Forms A Trilateral Partnership In Energy Sector


A news agency reported that India, France, and the UAE have formed a tripartite partnership initiative in several areas, including energy and climate change.


Following a telephone call between Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed (UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs as well as International Cooperation), Catherine Colonna (France), along with Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar (India), a joint statement was made that confirmed that the trilateral initiative would promote joint design and execution projects in different fields including solar and nuclear energy and combating climate change.


The statement stated that the three countries would explore the possibility to work with the Indian Ocean Rim Association in order to implement concrete projects on clean energy, biodiversity, and the environment.


This initiative will also be used as a platform for expanding cooperation between the three country’s development agencies on sustainable project implementations, and to organize a variety of trilateral events within the context of the Indian presidency at the G20.


The statement said that “It was agreed by the three countries that they will seek to align their respective economic, technological, and social policies with those of the Paris Agreement.”

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They also agreed to increase cooperation through initiatives like the Mangrove Alliance for Climate, which is led by the UAE, and the Indo-Pacific Parks Partnership that is led by India as well as France.

To support this cooperation, trilateral conferences, and meetings will be organized on the sidelines at high-level technology events such as GITEX Dubai, Vivatech Paris, and Bengaluru Tech Summit India.

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