India, US set up working group on climate change
New Delhi: India and the US Monday agreed to set up a working group on climate change.
Announcing this after the fourth round of India-US Strategic Dialogue here, US Secretary of State John Kerry said the working group would "intensify efforts to find ways that we can bilaterally join together to address the urgency of climate change".
Kerry said the working group will be coordinated by him and External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid within their respective governments.
He said India and the US were collaborating on development efforts and "believe we can so more on climate change".
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