Islamabad, 5 December 2021 (TDI): In an interview with Radio Pakistan’s News and Current Affairs Channel, Ambassador of Denmark Lis Rosenholm discussed the latest collaboration of Denmark with Pakistan on the further production of clean energy.

The envoy said that Denmark is collaborating with Pakistan for the extension of clean energy generation in the country and both states are acceding to sign a Green Development Agreement for this particular purpose in the initial period of next year.

The Ambassador has further stated that Danish firms and companies are keen to provide financial and technical support to Pakistan for the generation of power from renewable sources of energy.

While expressing his views during the interview, the Ambassador applauded the efforts of the current government of Pakistan to combat climate challenges. He also urged to take collective steps by switching to renewable sources of energy to shave off the increasing length of climate exhaustion.

She further added that Denmark can help Pakistan to deal with climate apocalypse and considered the launch of the “Ten Billion Tree Programme” as an accurate step to meet the real challenges of global warming. The Danish Envoy further emphasized the fact to consider the present condition as an emergency state and urged the world to switch to green energy to transform the trends for the future generation.

Bilateral relations and programs

She also expressed her views about the bilateral prolonged relation between Pakistan and Denmark for the last seventy years and appreciated the efforts and role of the Pakistani Diaspora in the development of Denmark. She also discussed the increasing volume of trade between the two states and hoped for further collaboration in diversified fields.

On an educational level, Lis Rosenholm told that Denmark is offering multiple scholarships to Pakistani students for the exchange of talent, culture, and public diplomacy.

On the Afghanistan situation, the Ambassador said Pakistan and Denmark have a strong commitment towards peace and stability in the war-torn country and her country is also extending support to Afghan people who are facing a humanitarian crisis.

Sharing his views on alternate energy resources, the Advisor and Country Manager of Denmark Energy Agency, Nadeem Nawaz said that his company is collaborating with Pakistan to execute the plan of Green energy by 2030. He also mentioned that Pakistan has the potential to eliminate the fault lines of fossil fuels and transform the trends of the energy sector in near future.

The weekly program “Diplomatic Session” was hosted by renowned journalist and columnist Javed Siddiq while the Producer of the program was Rana Ghulam Mustafa and Executive Producer Abdul Raoof Khan.