Glasgow, 3 November 2021 (TDI): Vietnam’s Prime Minister, Pham Minh Chinh held bilateral talks with world leaders on the sidelines of COP26.
The summit began on Monday to talk about climate change due to emissions and its effects. Pham Minh Chinh held meetings with British Prince Charles, Japanese and Indian counterparts on the sidelines of COP26.
Meeting with Prince Charles
Vietnam’s Premier during his meeting with Prince Charles congratulated the British government for the successful hosting. He also acknowledged British commitments and initiatives on the event, to curb carbon emissions.
He has also shown his commitment to reducing carbon emissions by 2050 by achieving net-zero emissions. The Prime Minister also sought UK’s help to support the role of public-private partnerships in Southeast Asian countries.
This will help them transition to a low-carbon economy. Also, he emphasized that the host country should spend on human resource development of Southeast Asian countries, the Prime Minister stated.
Meeting with Kishida Fumio
In the meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, the Vietnamese Premier congratulated him on his election as Prime Minister again.
Both the counterparts were satisfied with the robust and comprehensive growth of the Viet Nam-Japan extensive strategic partnership in the region for peace and prosperity.
They also agreed to celebrate the 50th founding anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries in 2023 by organizing practical activities. Pham Minh Chinh thanked Fumio Kishida for sincere and timely support; through providing Covid19 vaccines to Vietnam.