Saudi-American consensus on a number of issues related to security challenges

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Cooperation to accelerate the use of clean energy and low-emission electricity systems

The United States of America and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a joint statement, at the conclusion of the visit of Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The statement issued by the two countries said: The United States of America and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are committed to addressing the growing challenges of climate change seriously and urgently.

He added: The two countries will work to enhance the implementation of the Paris Agreement and actively encourage a successful summit of the Group of Twenty countries in Italy and the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties in Glasgow. Both countries stress the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and taking climate adaptation measures during the current decade to avoid the consequences of climate change.

The two countries affirmed their determination to work together to actively support and participate in the Green Saudi Initiative and the Green Middle East, including in the field of clean energy, sustainable agriculture, and land use. Strengthening efforts under the umbrella of the Zero Neutrality Forum for producers, including reducing gas Methane, the circular carbon economy, clean energy and carbon capture and storage technologies, cooperate on the promising future of clean hydrogen to tackle the most difficult sectors to reduce emissions, and work in partnership to accelerate the development and use of clean hydrogen, taking into account the initiatives of both countries in this regard, cooperation on accelerating energy use clean and low-emission electricity systems in the region and encourage partnerships in the private sector.

The two countries also agreed to support ocean- and nature-based solutions to promote emissions reduction and adaptation, and to initiate cooperation to encourage climate change research in the areas of emissions reduction and adaptation?

During their lengthy and fruitful discussion on their current and future initiatives, the two sides emphasized the efforts made by both parties to work together and enhance their work until the Glasgow meeting and beyond.

A Saudi-American consensus on a number of issues related to climate challenges

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The United States of America and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a joint statement, at the conclusion of the visit of Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The statement issued by the two countries said: The United States of America and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are committed to addressing the growing challenges of climate change seriously and urgently.

He added: The two countries will work to enhance the implementation of the Paris Agreement and actively encourage a successful summit of the Group of Twenty countries in Italy and the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties in Glasgow, and both countries stress the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and taking climate adaptation measures during the current decade to avoid the consequences of climate change.

The two countries affirmed their determination to work together to actively support and participate in the Green Saudi Initiatives and the Green Middle East in them, including in the field of clean energy, sustainable agriculture, and land use. Strengthening efforts made under the umbrella of the Zero Neutrality Forum for producers, including reducing gas Methane, the circular carbon economy, clean energy and carbon capture and storage technologies, cooperate on the promising future of clean hydrogen to tackle the most difficult sectors to reduce emissions, and work in partnership to accelerate the development and use of clean hydrogen, taking into account the initiatives of both countries in this regard, cooperation on accelerating energy use clean and low-emission electricity systems in the region and encourage partnerships in the private sector.

The two countries also agreed to support ocean- and nature-based solutions to promote emissions reduction and adaptation, and to initiate cooperation to encourage climate change research in the areas of emissions reduction and adaptation?

During their lengthy and fruitful discussion on their current and future initiatives, the two sides emphasized the efforts made by both parties to work together and enhance their work until the Glasgow meeting and beyond.

16 June 2021 – 6 Dhu al-Qi’dah 1442

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Cooperation to accelerate the use of clean energy and low-emission electricity systems

The United States of America and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a joint statement, at the conclusion of the visit of Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The statement issued by the two countries said: The United States of America and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are committed to addressing the growing challenges of climate change seriously and urgently.

He added: The two countries will work to enhance the implementation of the Paris Agreement and actively encourage a successful summit of the Group of Twenty countries in Italy and the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties in Glasgow, and both countries stress the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and taking climate adaptation measures during the current decade to avoid the consequences of climate change.

The two countries affirmed their determination to work together to actively support and participate in the Green Saudi Initiatives and the Green Middle East in them, including in the field of clean energy, sustainable agriculture, and land use. Strengthening efforts made under the umbrella of the Zero Neutrality Forum for producers, including reducing gas Methane, the circular carbon economy, clean energy and carbon capture and storage technologies, cooperate on the promising future of clean hydrogen to tackle the most difficult sectors to reduce emissions, and work in partnership to accelerate the development and use of clean hydrogen, taking into account the initiatives of both countries in this regard, cooperation on accelerating energy use clean and low-emission electricity systems in the region and encourage partnerships in the private sector.

The two countries also agreed to support ocean- and nature-based solutions to promote emissions reduction and adaptation, and to initiate cooperation to encourage climate change research in the areas of emissions reduction and adaptation?

During their lengthy and fruitful discussion on their current and future initiatives, the two sides emphasized the efforts made by both parties to work together and enhance their work until the Glasgow meeting and beyond.





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