Prime Minister to attend the P4G Summit Leadership Meeting | RYT9

Anucha Burachaisri, spokesman for the Prime Minister’s Office, said that General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Preparing to attend the Green Growth Partnership Framework Leadership Conference and the 2nd Global Goals 2030 (2nd Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals 2030 Summit: 2nd P4G Summit), which will be hosted by South Korea. under the main topic “Inclusive Green Recovery towards Carbon Neutrality” on May 31, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Thailand time. through a remote conferencing system

The Strategic Partnership for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030 is a multilateral cooperation group initiated in 2017, consisting of 12 member states: Bangladesh, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Denmark, the Netherlands, Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa. international organization and private and civil society organizations which aims to promote cooperation in the form of innovative partnership between the public and private sectors. for sustainable development in developing countries in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals and solving global climate change problems with funding from the government, the private sector and independent development organizations and linking member countries’ development projects with cooperation in five main areas: (1) food and agriculture, (2) clean water, (3) clean energy, (4) sustainable cities, and (5) circular economy.

The issues that Thailand will focus on at this meeting are: 1) the country’s recovery from the Covid-19 situation. come back strong This is in line with the SDGs driving and promoting sustainable development. 2) Emphasis on fostering balanced growth between humans and nature. by presenting the use of the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy and bio-economy models, circular economy and green economy. (Bio-Circular-Green Economy: BCG) 3) Drive cooperation from all sectors through the bilateral mechanism, i.e. state-private-academic-people. and allowing all parties to participate without leaving anyone behind; and 4) encouraging all countries to join in the exchange and transfer of green technology with each other through bilateral, tripartite and multilateral channels to achieve true green growth. Promoting equality and narrowing the inequality gap

South Korea was originally scheduled to hold the second P4G leaders’ meeting on June 29-30, 2020 in Seoul, where the prime minister accepted the invitation of South Korean President Moon Chae-in. attend such meeting But due to the COVID-19 epidemic situation) in 2020, South Korea has postponed the 2nd P4G conference to be between May 30-31, 2021 in the form of a teleconference. The draft Seoul Declaration is expected to be a document expressing the intent of the country’s leaders attending the 2nd P4G Summit.

–InfoQuest by Thanawat Suayam/Saowaluck Call 02-2535000 ext. 353 Email: [email protected]


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