Economy, Development and Environment

Indonesia attaches great importance to advancing national, regional and global progress in the key areas of the economy, development, and the environment. The Permanent Mission of Indonesia continues to play an active role in global discussions and works across various international organizations in Geneva exchanging views and ideas about how to effectively manage today’s economic, development and environmental challenges.

Latest Economy, Development and Environment

September 17, 2010

Intervention by the Indonesian Delegate on 57th Session of Trade and Development Board (TDB) UNCTAD, Agenda Item 4: Economic development in Africa: South–South cooperation: Africa and new forms of development partnerships

Mr. President, Mr Secretary-General, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen. First of all, I wish to thank you Mr President for chairing this important session today.  May I also thank the UNCTAD Secretariat for preparing the in-depth report and survey. The recommendations contained in the report will no doubt contribute to a constructive and informative meeting both today,… Continue reading

September 17, 2010

Intervention by the Indonesian Delegate on 57th Session of Trade and Development Board (TDB) UNCTAD, Agenda Item 4: Economic development in Africa

Mr. President, Mr Secretary-General, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen. First of all, I wish to thank you Mr President for chairing this important session today.  May I also thank the UNCTAD Secretariat for preparing the in-depth report and survey. The recommendations contained in the report will no doubt contribute to a constructive and informative meeting both today,… Continue reading

September 16, 2010

Intervention by Mrs. Siti N. Mauludiah, Director for Technical Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia, at the 57th Session of Trade Development Board (UNCTAD)

Agenda Item 5: The evolution of the international trading system and of international trade from a development perspective : The impact of the crisis-mitigation measures and prospects for recovery   Mr. Chairman, Mr. Secretary-General, Excellencies, Allow me to follow the other speakers in thanking you for convening our meeting today. I am sure that through… Continue reading

September 16, 2010

Intervention by Mrs. Siti N. Mauludiah, Director for Technical Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia, Agenda Item 5: The evolution of the international trading system and of internatio

Agenda Item 5: The evolution of the international trading system and of international trade from a development perspective : The impact of the crisis-mitigation measures and prospects for recovery   Mr. Chairman, Mr. Secretary-General, Excellencies, Allow me to follow the other speakers in thanking you for convening our meeting today. I am sure that through… Continue reading

September 15, 2010

Statement by the Indonesian Delegation at the 15th Session of the Human Rights Council, Item 3: IE on International Solidarity and SR on Human Rights and Toxic Waste

Mr. President, Let me first thank both the Independent Expert on Human Rights and International Solidarity and the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Toxic Waste for their reports and presentations today. We align ourselves with the statements made by Egypt and Pakistan, on behalf of the NAM and OIC respectively. Mr. President, The Independent… Continue reading