Dmytro Kuleba invited the United States to invest in hydrogen production in Ukraine

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba held a telephone conversation with the co-chairman of the support group for Ukraine in the US House of Representatives, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, the press service of the Foreign Ministry reports.

The conversation took place in the context of intensifying contacts between the head of Ukrainian diplomacy and representatives of the US Congress to counter the common threats of Ukraine and the United States and discuss the priorities for the development of the strategic partnership.

The interlocutors also discussed opposition to Nord Stream 2.

A separate topic of conversation was the development of cooperation between Ukraine and the United States in the field of renewable energy sources.

Dmytro Kuleba recalled that in the past, the European Union approved a long-term strategy for reforming the energy sector based on a low-carbon consumption economy.

 “According to our calculations, Ukraine can meet the European market demand for renewable energy, becoming the largest supplier of hydrogen,” the minister said.

In this context, he invited the American side to invest in the production of hydrogen in Ukraine and the creation of infrastructure for its transportation to Europe.

Earlier Kuleba discussed opposition to the construction of Nord Stream 2 with the co-chairman of the German Greens party.

Tags: Nord Stream 2, EU, USA, GTS, sanctions, Ukraine, pipeline, hydrogen, hydrogen technologies, infrastructure

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