India, France, UAE join hands to boost ties in defence, energy | India News

NEW DELHI: India, France and United Arab Emirates on Saturday announced a formal tripartite cooperation initiative with the aim of expanding cooperation in several areas of mutual interest, including solar and nuclear energy. Notably, acknowledging that defense is an area of ​​close cooperation between the three countries, they said in a joint statement that efforts will be made to further promote compatibility, mutual development and cooperation in production, and at the same time seek ways of further cooperation and training between the defense forces of the three countries.
The government said the phone call between the foreign ministers of the three countries was aimed at approving a roadmap for the implementation of this initiative. “During this call, the trilaterals agreed that the tripartite initiative would serve as a forum to promote the design and implementation of collaborative projects in the energy sector, with a focus on solar and nuclear, as well as in the fight against climate change. change and protect biodiversity, especially in Indian Ocean land. To this end, the three countries will explore the possibility of working with Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) to pursue specific, feasible projects in clean energy, environment and biodiversity,” the joint statement said. The tripartite initiative is seen as an acknowledgment of their common desire to promote international stability and prosperity.
It should also be noted that the tripartite initiative will serve as a platform to expand cooperation among the three countries’ development agencies on sustainability projects. “Furthermore, it was agreed that the three countries would seek to ensure closer alignment of their respective economic, technological and social policies with the objectives of the Paris Agreement,” it said. furthermore, to support these efforts, a series of tripartite events will be held within the framework of India’s G20 Presidency and the UAE’s hosting of COP-28 in 2023, respectively. The three countries will also seek to enhance the exchange of views on emerging threats from the epidemic.


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