ASEAN +3 for Energy Security with Economic Efficiency & Environmental Sustainability

Association of Southeast Asian Nations and three more countries (ASEAN+3) have promised/stated as true the need to (accomplish or gain with effort) energy security with money-based (wasting very little while working or producing something) and (related to surrounding conditions or the health of the Earth) (the ability to keep something around, or keep something going) ASEAN+3 recognized the importance of developing high-quality and tough energy (basic equipment needed for a business or society to operate), bearing in mind the life cycle costs, (related to surrounding conditions or the health of the Earth) hits/effects and safety parts of projects. ASEAN +3 promised/stated as true the importance of cooperation on energy (the ability to keep something around, or keep something going) in the area in the middle of developments. The 14th ASEAN+3 (China,Japan and Korea) Ministers on Energy noted the strong start of the first-year (putting into) use of the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2016-2025, the launch of tile first ASEAN Energy Cooperation Report 2017 and the 5th ASEAN Energy Outlook at the 35th ASEAN and re-strongly defended/strongly expressed that the (understanding/achieving a goal) of energy connectivity and market (combination of different things together that work as one unit) would add/give towards (accomplishing or gaining with effort) energy security, (how easy something is to get to, use, or understand),affordably and (the ability to keep something around, or keep something going) for the area. Related to this, the Ministers repeated their loyalty to/promise to support ASEAN in tile (putting into) use of the APAEC through different activities, such as ability (to hold or do something) building, combined (books, magazines, etc.), and knowledge sharing and information exchange among member countries. ASEAN +3 Ministers on Energy noted the progress of cooperation and working together/team effort in sharing best practices and policy development relating to energy security for the area on oil, coal, natural gas and (non-military related) nuclear energy, among others. Related to this, the Ministers expressed their appreciation to Japan for leading the Energy Security Forum in ASEAN +3 energy cooperation, and to China and Korea for supporting tile cooperation.

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The writer is Head of International Affairs Desk at Mélange Int’l Magazine & Center of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR).