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September 2, 2021

Statement of the Delegation of the Republic of Indonesia at the Second Meeting of the Working Group on Strengthening WHO Preparedness and Response to Health Emergencies Agenda Item 5 Prioritization of the assessment of the benefits of developing a WHO convention, agreement or other international instruments on pandemic preparedness and response

Thank you, Moderator. At the outset, my delegation would like to thank Co-Chairs and members of the bureau for providing us with guiding questions under this item.  Indeed, it is clear that the Working Group should prioritize the assessment of the benefits of developing a WHO instrument on pandemic preparedness and response. Chair, Yesterday many… Continue reading

September 2, 2021

Statement of the Delegation of the Republic of Indonesia at the Second Meeting of the Working Group on Strengthening WHO Preparedness and Response to Health Emergencies Agenda Item 3 Follow-up to Member States’ requests made at the first meeting of the Working Group on Strengthening WHO Preparedness and Response to Health Emergencies

Thank you, chair. We appreciate the hard work of your team and the Secretariat in facilitating the requests made by member states at the first meeting of the Working Group, particularly on the development of the informative Dashboard of COVID-19 related recommendations, as well as the preliminary analysis from the COVID-19 related recommendation mapping. We… Continue reading

August 24, 2021

STATEMENT OF THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA SPECIAL SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS IN AFGHANISTAN, GENEVA, 24 AUGUST 2021

Thank you Madame President, 1. We are all following closely the situation in Afghanistan in the past week with deep concern. 2. Indeed, no nation-building process is perfect and smooth. 3. In this regard, we would like to reiterate our support and solidarity with the Afghan men, women, and children, by underlying the following: 4…. Continue reading

July 1, 2021

Right of Reply Delegation of the Republic of Indonesia to the statement made by Vanuatu, 1 July 2021

President, We wish to exercise our right of reply to the statement made by Vanuatu.       In Indonesia, the freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of expression is guaranteed under Article 28 of our Constitution.       Consequently, the State has consistently facilitated these rights – both at national and sub national levels, that involves all… Continue reading