Vietnam is moving towards green growth and sustainable development

HANOI, Sept. 6 (Prinsa Latina) A senior official of the Communist Party of Vietnam said here today that Vietnam is considering shifting mechanisms and investment to move towards green growth and sustainable development.

After the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26), the country’s policies, especially energy development, were revised with several changes to coincide with the commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, Politburo member Tran Toan Anh emphasized.

The head of the Economic Affairs Committee of the Communist Party of China Central Committee also made the assessments while receiving the United States’ special presidential envoy for climate, John Kerry.

Tuan Anh expressed his appreciation that the comprehensive partnership between the two countries is witnessing a strong and distinct development in all fields and provides practical benefits to the two peoples, noting that the party and the state of Vietnam have always considered the “most important” United States, VNA news agency reported.

The party leader valued “highly” the determination of the Joe Biden government to strengthen the joint global efforts to respond to the climate crisis, and emphasized his country’s policy and determination in proactive adaptation to climate change and the implementation of international commitments in this field. This connection.

For his part, Kerry also highlighted Vietnam’s policies and achievements in its efforts to combat climate change and achieve sustainable development, and reiterated that the United States is ready to assist Indochina in this area.

Prime Minister Pham Ming Chen received the US special envoy the day before, who said that while climate change is a global issue that requires a global solution, and puts people at the center, the energy transition must ensure justice.

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On the same day, Kerry also met with Vietnam’s Minister of Public Security, Tu Lam, who proposed to him to promote exchange of experiences, technology transfer and investment in clean energy projects in Vietnam.

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