Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the COP26 Climate Summit, his office confirmed today.
Monty's office said the Climate Summit would be an important opportunity to "chart the path we will take".
Officials say India, the world's third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, behind the United States and China, will submit a new offer without going into details.
More than 120 leaders of the international community are expected to attend the biggest Climate Summit since the Paris talks on November 2015 and 1, 2, but Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin will shine in their absence.
US, European Union and British climate ambassadors have traveled to New Delhi several times in recent weeks to urge the Monti government to do more to reduce carbon emissions.
Monti will also attend the Summit of the Group of 20 most powerful economies on the planet in Rome next weekend, where the rise in temperature will be on the agenda, among other things, was announced by his office.
According to the International Energy Agency, India currently produces the same amount of carbon dioxide as the European Union, even if its per capita consumption is two-thirds lower.