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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Australia, India is a partner in emissions technology, critical minerals

Australia and India have signed an agreement to support low-emission technology sharing, focusing on hydrogen development and low-cost solar programs.

The talks came ahead of face-to-face quadrilateral talks with leaders from the United States and Japan.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison told reporters in Washington DC: “Unless we can get technology to transform in developing countries, I fear that the ambitions of many to tackle climate change will be dashed.

“If we want to make a difference on climate change, we need to make a difference everywhere, not just in a developed economy.”

After the meeting, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued a statement saying the leaders would work to tackle climate change and discover clean technologies.

“In this regard, Prime Minister Modi has highlighted the need for a comprehensive dialogue on environmental protection,” it said.

He also invited Morrison to visit India.

“The prime ministers have agreed that as two vibrant democracies in the region, the two countries must work together to overcome the challenges of the post-epidemic world,” he said.

Though the Australian Prime Minister was scheduled to visit India in January last year, she canceled her visit after the fire broke out.

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Morrison said discussions on critical minerals are still ongoing.

“Prime Minister Modi and I share passion for that project because they are involved with that supply chain at various points, and it is important that we have a choice in the global market around these issues,” he said.

“Of course, in order for us to develop those critical mineral and rare earth opportunities, then we need to make sure that low-flow users are caught up in a very productive and reliable supply chain.”

Meanwhile, Commerce Minister Dan Tehan will meet Morrison and Modi along with Indian Minister of State Piyush Goel to take forward cooperation on the digital deal.

The forthcoming Quartet Security Dialogue, or Quartet, will look at strengthening the leaders of the United States, India, Australia and Japan in areas including maritime security, the Covid-1 vaccine, counter-terrorism cooperation and supply security. Chains for products.

The partnership is seen as a protest against Beijing’s growing aggression in the Indo-Pacific region.

AAP contributed to this article.

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This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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