India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday on the sidelines of the G20 Summit and assured him that India will play its due and responsible role at the forthcoming COP24 climate change meeting in Katowice, Poland from December 3, PTI reported.\u00a0The 13th G20 Summit is being held in\u00a0Buenos Aires, Argentina. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to meet leaders\u00a0including US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, among others, from the other G-20 countries to review the work of member countries of the grouping in the ten years of its existence and chart the ways and means to meet the new and upcoming challenges of the coming decade. \u201cThe main subject of discussion in PM's meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was the forthcoming climate change meeting in Katowice, Poland,\u201d said Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale while briefing the media on the bilateral meeting. He also added that the UN chief acknowledged the number of steps taken by the PM Modi addressing climate change issue. READ MORE:\u00a0PM Modi at G20: Reformed multilateralism, issues related to agriculture will be India's agenda Further, Gokhale said that the UN chief hopes that India will bring the various groups of developed countries as well as developing countries together to come up with a certain solution, which would eventually feed into the climate change summit that the UN chief is planning in 2019, he said. \u201cIt was a good meeting. The prime minister assured the Secretary-General that India plays an important role in climate change negotiations and that it is part of the Indian culture and civilisation to preserve the environment and that he could be rest assured that India would play its due and responsible role at COP24,\u201d Gokhale stated. Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi also met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss investment proposals in technology, farm and energy sectors in India.\u00a0 Mohammed Salman is also\u00a0in Argentina to participate in the G-20 summit.