We are struggling together for the same goal–clean and affordable energy transition that will create jobs and new opportunities for our peoples.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The German Foreign Ministry’s special envoy for international climate action, Jennifer Morgan, made a three-day visit to Indonesia to discuss close cooperation between the two countries on energy transition.
“I come to Jakarta at the start of my term of office as a special envoy and (on the occasion of) Germany’s G7 presidency and Indonesia’s G20 presidency to listen and learn the situation in Indonesia as well as to look into how we can deepen cooperation with one another,” Morgan said at a press conference at the German Embassy here on Wednesday.
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During her visit to Indonesia from May 9 to 11, 2022, Morgan met with several government officials, businesspeople, academics, researchers, and civil society members.
In the face of the climate crisis, all humans are in the same position, she said. Concrete and ambitious global actions are needed to achieve the main target of keeping global warming under 1.5 degrees Celsius, in accordance with the mandate of the Paris Agreement.
With Germany holding the G7 presidency and Indonesia holding the G20 presidency this year, the two countries hold appropriate positions to address global challenges, she added.
“We are struggling together for the same goal–clean and affordable energy transition that will create jobs and new opportunities for our peoples,” she remarked.