Lithuania to support Vietnam’s green transition
lithuania The most ambitious plan for the development of renewable energy sources has been set in the European Union (EU), aiming for a 45% proportion of renewable energy in energy consumption by 2030.
share with tuoi tray onlineForeign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said the country still had ambitions to become an energy exporter. He revealed that two huge wind farms are under construction at sea in Lithuania.
He said, “We found that Vietnam is also taking serious steps in the green transition process. It is not an easy journey, I can say that I very much appreciate the path your country has taken. Choose.”
When asked how Lithuania will support Vietnam in this process, Mr. Landsbergis shared that because Vietnam has chosen the green transition, “investment and support will definitely come”. There are businesses in Lithuania that are interested in investing and by doing so can contribute to Vietnam’s green transition efforts.
Regarding the import of liquefied natural gas (LNG), the Foreign Minister of Lithuania confirmed that it will share knowledge and capacity with Vietnam as this country has experience in operating LNG terminals over the past 10 years.
‘Vietnam is not a small country’
Lithuania and Vietnam established diplomatic relations in 1992. After 3 decades of bilateral relations, Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis affirmed that Vietnam is an important geopolitical partner in Southeast Asia.
He said, “Today, I heard a representative say that Vietnam is a small country, but I said that Lithuania is a small country, and Vietnam is not.”
According to him, both countries still have many ways to strengthen cooperation in the future and the Vietnamese government is expected to support these efforts. He revealed that most of the bilateral exchanges were about strengthening cooperation in the fields of energy, agriculture, information technology and education.
The Foreign Minister of Lithuania shared that a considerable number of Vietnamese students have come to the country, but they still call for cooperation to create more favorable conditions to attract Vietnamese students to study abroad with good quality training. Want to promote. They will have the opportunity to participate in the job market in Europe. ,
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