PM holds series of meetings on the sidelines of COP26

On the sidelines of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties conference in Glasgow (the UK) from November 1 - 3, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh had a series of meetings with government and state leaders, international organizations and agencies.


At the meeting with Prince Charles of the United Kingdom, Chinh proposed the UK cooperate and support Vietnam in a number of fields such as finance, technology, human resource training, and help Vietnam transform its economy towards green one.

Prince Charles said he has long lobbied financial companies to support efforts to respond to climate change for developing countries, including Vietnam. The Crown Prince also said he wanted to support the promotion of Vietnam-UK cooperation in projects of environmental protection, and biodiversity conservation.

At the meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio, the Vietnamese government leader suggested the two sides open the market for agricultural products and fruits from each other.

Prime Minister Kishida Fumio affirmed that Japan always takes care of the 400,000 Vietnamese community in Japan, and that the country will receive more skilled workers from Vietnam. He also said that he will soon visit Vietnam.

At the meeting with the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, Chinh highly appreciated the good cooperation relationship between Vietnam and the agency. He thanked IAEA for providing equipment, biological products, supplies and training to transfer testing and early detection of SARS-CoV-2 virus to Vietnam.

The IAEA General Director affirmed that the agency is ready to provide technical support and advice to Vietnam in related issues./.