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Obama meets Indian PM, seeks implementation of climate pact
by Matthew Pennington
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7 June 2016
On 7 June 2016 The Associated Press reported:
India will try to join a climate change deal within this year, the Obama administration said Tuesday, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi met President Barack Obama at the White House and the two leaders played up their efforts to cooperate on issues of global concern. Stressing their 'strong bonds,' Obama said the world's two largest democracies had 'joined forces' to bring about the landmark climate agreement that was reached in Paris last December.
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