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India, Bangladesh crank up pressure for more climate funding

Industrialized and developing countries still far apart on issue at COP27

Activists protest during the COP27 climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.   © Reuters

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt/LONDON -- Environmental ministers from India and Bangladesh are pushing industrialized countries for greater action to fight climate change while stressing their own commitments, as the COP27 United Nations climate conference heads toward its Friday finish.

"Bangladesh feels disappointed with the progress on climate finance" at the conference, Environment Minister Shahab Uddin told reporters in Sharm El-Sheikh on Monday.

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