He said the climate agreement obliged industrialized countries to provide financial resources to developing countries. Shri Javadekar stressed that India`s right to growth has been fully protected by the Paris Agreement, which also provides for the transfer of technology to developing countries. He also pointed out that the principle of differentiation had been maintained in the agreement. Shri Javadekar said the Paris Agreement was a solemn promise made by the international community to seven billion people, that we would work together to mitigate the challenges of climate change. He added that the Paris Agreement sets out the roadmap to achieve this goal. He also said that the Paris Agreement is a more sustainable and ambitious agreement and ensures that the international community will come together to offer a better land to future generations. The minister said the agreement maintains the differentiation of mitigation measures taken by developed and developing countries. . . .