STATEMENT OF THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE WITH THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON INTERNATIONAL ORDER 51st HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL, 19 SEPTEMBER 2022
Thank you, Mr. Vice-President,1. My Delegation welcomes the Independent Expert’s report.
2. The report highlighted the interlinked and mutually reinforcing nature of the three pillars of the UN system: peace and security, development and human rights.
3. In this vein, addressing the root causes and finding solution to the many current global crisis including armed conflicts, climate change and inequalities perpetuated by Covid-19 pandemic are necessary measures to achieve and sustain peace.
4. Our Indo-Pacific Region is not immune to these challenges. Within our region we are experiencing a number of issues from territorial disputes, terrorism, and to various devastating manifestation of climate change.
5. Against that backdrop, we are committed to continue promoting the culture of dialogue and collaboration to address differences and seek peaceful solution.
6. While noting the points raised in the report regarding institutional reforms of UN bodies, we are of the view that the Council and its mechanism also need to strengthen its focus and cooperation on non-traditional security challenges which impacted the enjoyment of human rights.
7. This includes the imminent food security crises in relation to the right to food, as well as the energy crises which will hamper the enjoyment of the right to adequate standard of living
I thank you