The Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Prakash Javadekar lauded the quality of work done by the two-day meeting of negotiators of Like-Minded Developing Countries. Addressing the concluding session of the meeting here today, Shri Javadekar expressed the hope that the Bonn session in October will come out with an equitable, acceptable, pragmatic text and not a lop-sided text. The Minister said that Paris can be a success, if nations do not indulge in a blame-game.
Negotiators from 13 nations participated in the meeting of LMDC. The nations include Argentina, Bolivia, China, Cuba, El Salvador, Ecuador, Iran, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Malaysia, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia and India.