Indonesia became the hub of “peacekeeping center” network

07 Februar, 2011

Indonesia has made serious efforts to become a hub of peacekeeping center network in the region and it is the manifestation of its commitment to maintain peace and as one of the biggest UN countries sending peacekeeping troupes.

Indonesia has made serious efforts to become a hub of peacekeeping center network in the region and it is the manifestation of its commitment to maintain peace and as one of the biggest UN countries sending peacekeeping troupes.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Dr. Marty Natalegawa, said that in the issue of maintaining world peace, Indonesia contributes actively in the development of the strategic deployment concept of world peacekeeping mission.

In the future, Indonesia’s diplomacy will continuously bring forward the readiness to increase its contribution in the UN peacekeeping world peace. Indonesia also continuously encourages the increasing of civilians’ role or the White Helmet to support various development and rehabilitation programs in the post-conflict areas.

Beside trying to improve contribution in the peacekeeping forces, in the effort to maintain international peace and security, Indonesia also central role in the issues of nuclear disarmament to create world without nuclear weapon.
Indonesia’s decision to begin the process of ratifying Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty / CTBT, has got positive response from the international community. In the year 2011, Indonesia hopes to finish the process of ratification and will encourage all countries for the CTBT so that it could be implemented.

 

 

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has projected that Indonesias economic growth will continue to strengthen and be resilient to global uncertainties in 2017 and 2018.
The governments of the United States (US), Australia, and Sweden have lauded the Indonesian governments diplomatic steps to provide humanitarian assistance to communities in Rakhine State, Myanmar.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) said Indonesia already enters years of low inflation, with inflation around 3 percent in the past two years.
President of the World Bank group, Jim Yong Kim, here on Tuesday expressed his support to the Indonesian governments plan on the tax reform program, which aimed to increase the state budgets income.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) plans to visit Turkey to develop partnership in strategic industry and economy with the country, Foreign minister Retno Marsudi said here on Monday at the state palace after a meeting prior to the presidents visit to Turkey and Germany.
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and her Maldivian counterpart Mohamed Asim will hold a bilateral meeting in Jakarta on Wednesday (June 21) to discuss the cooperation in tourism sector.
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