BERLIN: Represented by the Foreign Ministry, the Sultanate of Oman is taking part in 'Berlin Energy Transition' conference. The two-day event draws a large number of foreign ministers, energy ministers and experts in energy and related policies from the private sector.
Oman is represented at the conference by Sayyid Badr bin Hamad al Busaidy, Foreign Minister, who was jointly invited to the conference by Annalena Baerbock, Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, Germany, and Dr Robert Habeck, Vice-Chancellor of Germany and Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Action in the Federal Republic of Germany.
The conference seeks to discuss the challenges facing the world in the field of energy and means of switching to renewable and more sustainable energy sources. The approach gains impetus in the backdrop of a global trend to embrace a green future and apply the best practices in this field.
The conference provides an opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas about measures of achieving a safe and environmentally responsible global energy transition.
Sayyid Badr’s participation in the event reflects Oman’s commitment to consolidate international cooperation and national approaches aimed to espouse policies for addressing the impacts of climate change and realising carbon neutrality by 2050. It demonstrates that Oman is keeping pace with global trends aimed at cutting down carbon emissions. — ONA