India has called for intensive efforts across Asia to guarantee energy security in the region for sustainable development and poverty eradication by trailing non-polluting renewable sources such as solar power.
Talking at the 16th Ministerial Meeting of Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) in Doha, Qatar, Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh insisted the Member States to join the International Solar Alliance.
Stressing on the theme "Partners in Progress", he highlighted India's aspiration for working supportively with all ACD Member States in line with the Government of India's approach of "Collective Efforts, Inclusive Growth".
The minister also emphasized the enthusiasm of India, being a founder member of ACD, to play an empowering role for guaranteeing collective action on various objectives and projects of ACD in order to promote the pursuit of stability, peace, growth and prosperity.
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