India’s International Solar Alliance continues to grow, Nicaragua has join this month, More clean energy and sustainable development.

Nicaragua joins initiative launched under the leadership of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi

ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. NiCARAGUA makes history by joining the International Solar Alliance initiative, led by Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India. The ceremony was held at the Indian Mission to the United Nations, it was chaired by H.E. Mr T.S. Tirumurti, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, and Jaime Hermida Castillo, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Nicaragua to the United Nations.

Ambassador Tirumurti, expressed that the signing of this Alliance by Nicaragua ratifies the friendship of our nations and the decision to increase bilateral cooperation, for the benefit of our peoples, where both countries share good practices. A report collected by Energía Limpia XXI highlights that the initiative of the International Solar Alliance was born in 2015, in parallel to the Paris Agreement, aiming at maximizing the use of the potential of Solar Energy, modernizing Energy Systems and universalization of access to energy, to help economic development and the reduction of poverty.

Ambassador Hermida, conveyed the greetings and thanks of Commander Daniel Ortega Saavedra and Vice President Rosario Murillo to the Government of India for their support and cooperation in all areas, we have always worked closely, and India has all our Friendship and Solidarity.

With this historic signature, the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity continues to ratify its commitment to the Environment and to Mother Earth.

Ambassador Tirumurti stressed that he was very happy to be, as the new Ambassador of India to the United Nations, who receives the Nicaraguan Signature and have the opportunity to see and be with Ambassador Hermida (in these times of Pandemic), with who has a long friendship and collaboration, remembering that both were respective Chief Negotiators at the Climate Change Meetings and Conferences that culminated in the Paris Agreement in 2015.

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