New Delhi, Jan 20 (UNI) British Prime Minister Gordon Brown today lauded India's role in Bali talks on global warming and expressed confidence that both countries could play a constructive role in securing a new climate change agreement.
The British Prime Minister who arrived here on a two-day visit, said he looked forward to further discussions that Britain and India and many other countries could have in making sure that the post-kyoto agreement on climate change yield all the results. ''...we see carbon emissions brought under control in the world, we see investments in renewables and alternative sources of energy and we see a world wide agreement that can work post-2012 in which Asia, Europe, and indeed all the continents, can play their part in making it work. So from Bali, I am positive about the constructive role that Britain and India can play in securing a new climate change agreement,'' he said after his arrival.
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