The Prime Minister expressed his appreciation for Special Envoy John Kerry’s sincere feelings for the country and people of Vietnam, as well as his tireless dedication to Vietnam-US relations over the years. The Prime Minister highly appreciated Mr. Kerry for contributing to building consensus among the US bipartisan parties in favor of relations with Vietnam, especially cooperation in overcoming war consequences, an important part of the reconciliation and healing process. and build trust between the peoples of the two countries.
Mr. John Kerry welcomes Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh. (Photo: Duong Giang/VNA)
The Prime Minister said that Vietnam identifies responding to climate change as a central and urgent issue, both a challenge and an opportunity to transform its development model towards a green and sustainable direction. Despite being a developing country, Vietnam still strives to fulfill its emission reduction commitments equivalent to developed countries; this requires great support from international partners on the basis of the principle of fairness – justice. The Prime Minister suggested the United States continue to pay attention to, cooperate with, and support Vietnam in terms of resources and finance, especially preferential loans, infrastructure, technology, human resource training, and governance.
Special Envoy John Kerry expressed his impression of Vietnam’s commitment at COP26, Vietnam’s approach to energy transition and response to climate change. Mr. Kerry affirmed that the US Government and he personally will continue to closely coordinate with Vietnamese ministries, branches and agencies; ready to support Vietnam to the maximum to develop renewable energy, reduce emissions, build sustainable infrastructure… Many businesses with large global and US financial capabilities and funds are interested and ready invest and participate in the energy transition in Vietnam.
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