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The European Union called on the G7 countries to cooperate in the production and support of clean technologies.

The President of the European Union Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, spoke at the session on cooperation in the global economy and trade at the G7 leaders’ summit in Hiroshima, Japan.

“Despite all the geopolitical challenges, the transition to clean energy is accelerating.” Von der Leyen said this shift provides important opportunities for growth.

“We will focus on strengthening the cleaner production system in Europe,” von der Leyen said. Use the phrase.

Noting that the European Green Deal was announced in 2019 and that the priority here is the rapid expansion of renewable energy investments, von der Leyen stressed that she should now focus on the supply of renewable energy products.

Von der Leyen explained that it focused on issues such as how to reach sufficient renewable energy production capacity, and access to technology and critical raw materials.

Von der Leyen noted that the G7 and other countries want to take advantage of the opportunities in a “net zero” transition, which means that the amount of carbon emitted and the amount cleaned from the atmosphere is equal to each other, “The clean technology race is an opportunity to move forward.” Go faster.” He said.

Von der Leyen stressed that competition between G7 countries should not harm each other and create additional production capacity, explaining that she needs to assess what is required in global clean technology production capacity in order to achieve climate goals.

Von der Leyen said that common goals can be set for creating clean technology production capabilities, and “we need to provide an open and predictable business environment for our clean technology sectors.” He said there should be transparency about how production is supported within the G7.

Von der Leyen reminded that there are concerns about fair competition, that they need to find ways to address these concerns, and that the EU and the USA have set up different dialogue systems for this.

“We must create new clean technology cooperation structures.” Von der Leyen, who said the G7 countries need more green alliances between themselves and with other trusted partners, added that he wanted to push the critical raw materials club forward at the G7 meeting.

Artificial intelligence

Von’s translator, who has also done evaluations on AI, said that this technology can have significant benefits for citizens and the economy.

Noting the importance of setting boundaries in order to develop AI in a way that reflects democratic values, Von der Leyen said, “We want AI systems to be accurate, reliable, and non-discriminatory no matter where they come from.” He said.

Leaders of the United States, France, England, Germany, Canada and Italy are attending the summit hosted by Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio.

Besides the G7 countries, the European Union, Indonesia, India, South Korea, Australia and Vietnam are also participating in the summit.


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