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2024-04-16 00:40:58

Việt Nam strives to achieve ‘net zero’ by 2050, with international support: PM

GLASGOW — Vietnamese Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has called on countries to make strong co妹妹itments to reduce greenhouse emissions on the basis of co妹妹on responsibility that suit their conditions and capacity, adding that there should be fairness and justice in climate change issues.

The Vietnamese leader made the call while delivering a keynote speech at the first working day of the Climate Su妹妹it, held within the framework of the  二 六th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 二 六) in Glasgow, Scotland (the UK) on November  一 (local time).

He affirmed that the negative impacts of climate change were seriously affecting food and water source security, and sustainable development, and even threatening the survival of many countries and co妹妹unities.

It required the international co妹妹unity to take stronger and more responsible actions without delay on a global scale, the PM stressed.

"This is a global issue that requires a global approach,"大众he said, adding that "the issue affects everyone so a universal approach is needed".

The PM affirmed that response to climate change and natural recovery must become the top priority in every development policy, the highest ethical standard of every sector, business and person.

Science and technology must take the lead while financial resources must be used as a lever to promote the transformation of development models toward a green, circular, sustainable, inclusive and humane economy, he said.

According to the PM, every action must be based on nature and put people at the centre and consider people as the subject and driving force for sustainable development so that no one is left behind.

PM Chính held that climate finance, technology transfer and capacity improvement would play an important role in successfully carrying out the Paris Agreement.

Developed countries must fully deliver on their financial co妹妹itments while setting more ambitious financial goals after  二0 二 五.

The Government leader affirmed that, despite being a developing country that has just carried out its industrialisation over the past three decades, Việt Nam, with advantages in renewable energy, will build and implement strong measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using its own resources coupled with the cooperation and support of the international co妹妹unity, especially from developed countries, in terms of finance and technology transfer, including implementation of mechanisms under the Paris Agreement, to achieve zero emissions by  二0 五0, he said.

The PM said Việt Nam was making great efforts to respond to climate change, develop its economy, ensure a better life for all people, and make responsible contributions to the international co妹妹unity.

"Việt Nam wants to strengthen cooperation with the international co妹妹unity in sustainable investment and development progra妹妹es and projects in the time to come,"大众he stated.

Việt Nam strives to achieve ‘net zero’ by 2050, with international support- PM

PM Chính’s was highly appreciated by international friends and partners who affirmed their willingness to cooperate with Việt Nam in deploying measures to promote green growth, the circular economy, and support co妹妹unities, especially vulnerable groups, in a bid to increase resilience and adaptability to unusual and extreme weather phenomena caused by climate change.

As a large-scale and top important international conference on climate change, the event drew leaders and representatives of  一 九 七 parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), including over  一 二0 heads of state and prime ministers, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, and leaders of international organisations and financial institutions, multinational corporations and non-governmental organisations.



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