Japan will help Thailand’s decarbonization endeavours


January 14, 2022

Tokyo, January 14 (Jiji Push) – Japanese Field Minister Koichi Hagiuda and Thai Deputy Prime Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow signed a memorandum of comprehending on Japan’s cooperation in Thailand’s decarbonization attempts in Bangkok.

The MOU, signed Thursday, incorporates an arrangement to launch a bilateral strength dialogue forum in which the two countries will talk about unique measures to enable promote the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions in the Southeast Asian country.

Thailand has established a target to properly minimize its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. The state aims to reach the intention in section by applying ammonia, which does not emit CO2 when burned, for energy output thermal coal.

Hagiuda also held a assembly with Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha on the working day.

At a push conference in the Thai funds on Thursday, Hagiuda reported he shared the impression with Prayut that Japan and Thailand ought to get the job done collectively to create new industries and advertise new foreseeable future-oriented investments.

[Copyright The Jiji Press, Ltd.]

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