India and Russia today agreed to strive towards building an “energy bridge” and enhance cooperation in energy sector, including nuclear, hydrocarbon and renewable sources. The two nations noted that wider use of natural gas is significant for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and will also assist in fulfilling provisions of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Besides, the use of natural gas will also help in achieving sustainable economic growth, the two nations said in a vision document for the 21st Century. “We will strive to build an ‘Energy Bridge’ between our states and expand bilateral relations in all areas of energy cooperation,” the document said. Read more
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