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Economy Minister Hebek went to the United States

Economy Minister Hebek went to the United States

Among others, Habek wants to meet with US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Climate Change Special Envoy John Kerry, Trade Representative Catherine Toy, Energy Secretary Jennifer Gronholm, National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan and German business representatives.

“Past Atlantic integration is more important these days than ever,” Hebeck said. The international community stands together and acts firmly and together. “We support Ukraine as much as we can. We respond to the Russian occupation with clear and targeted sanctions.” Hebek said it was important now that the United States and Europe stood together. “Our alliance, built on the foundations of democracy, freedom and justice, is unbreakable. We throw it as a geopolitical burden to stand up to warlord Putin. It is precisely Putin’s fear of the Ukrainians’ desire for independence.”

Even in the Atlantic overseas alliance, energy security issues are at risk, Hebek explained. “Germany in particular needs to reduce its dependence on imports from Russia.” The most important key to energy sovereignty is the global shift towards more renewable energies and energy efficiency. “The expansion of renewable energy is a question of national and European security.”

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