PM Modi meets Obama, discusses climate change

Washington: Before flying back to India after his five-day US visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made another pitch for reforms in the United Nations Security Council at the world body's peacekeeping summit today. "Countries that provide large peacekeeping forces don't have adequate representation in decision-making bodie," PM Modi said in his address at the summit. India has promised more troops and training for the peacekeeping force. Modi said after meeting Obama that he and the American president shared an "uncompromising" commitment to fighting climate change without hurting development. He thanked Obama for responding positively to his call for a global public partnership to develop sources of clean energy.

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