New Delhi: India has been appointed as the President of the Conference of Parties-14 on the land of the United Nations. Until now, its president was China. But on the first day of the COP-14 meeting, United Nations has made India the new president. Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar has been given this responsibility.
Prakash Javadekar will remain the chairman of the COP for the next two years. On this occasion, Javadekar thanked the United Nations for expressing this confidence towards India. Javadekar said that India had the opportunity to organize all the three cop of the Rio de Janeiro Treaty. This includes climate change, biodiversity and land-related coops. Till date, only a few countries have got the important responsibility of organizing all three coops.
Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change in the Modi government, has said that during the next two years, India will discharge its responsibility with full devotion and demonstrate its ability in land management. India will provide leadership to countries around the world. Let us tell you that the 14th session of the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP-14) in Greater Noida has started from Monday to save the land from becoming barren due to the dangers of climate change.