News Helpline | November, 22 2014
Hollywood action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger says that India is a great country and he would like to visit the nation whenever he gets the chance.
The actor was a guest speaker at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit here Saturday and while concluding the session, he promised to come back in his iconic dialogue from "The Terminator".
"I will be back. I like to come to India which is a great country with talented people and GDP going up. I will be coming to India in February for an environmental conference," he said.
During his session, he also pointed out the importance of protecting the environment.
"It is extremely important that we protect the environment and it doesn't matter what country we're in. We need to get off fossil fuels as fast as possible. People are still in denial about fossil fuels, we have to fight through all that," the 67-year-old actor said.
The Hindustan Times Leadership Summit is taking place at the Taj Palace hotel here.
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