Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has proposed a collaborative effort between Japan and South Korea to establish a robust supply network for hydrogen and ammonia.
This joint initiative, a rare display of unity between the leaders of Japan and South Korea, aims to leverage the unique strengths of both nations in promoting the widespread adoption of hydrogen and ammonia. Prime Minister Kishida emphasized their potential application in diverse fields, including electricity, transportation, and industry.
The collaboration signifies a shift in Japan-South Korea relations, with science and technology cooperation serving as a symbolic bridge. Prime Minister Kishida expressed a vision to shape the world through the collective efforts of Japan, South Korea, and the United States.
Highlighting the indispensability of innovation, Kishida stressed the need for collaborative efforts, citing examples from the semiconductor and artificial intelligence sectors. The synergy of Japan’s materials technology, South Korea’s mass-production prowess, and U.S. AI advancements, he argued, forms the bedrock of transformative innovation.
President Yoon Suk-yeol echoed this sentiment, emphasizing that the shared philosophy and values of South Korea, the United States, and Japan can contribute to the collective advancement of technology, promising freedom and prosperity not only for their citizens but for humanity as a whole. This trilateral commitment to joint technological development holds the promise of reshaping the global energy landscape and fostering innovation that transcends national boundaries.