March 22, 2010

Statement by the Indonesian Delegation on Behalf of the G-33 at the WTO Trade Negotiations Committee Meeting

Trade/WTO

Thank you, Mr. Chairman,   I am taking the floor on behalf of the G-33. The G-33 joins other delegations in thanking you, Mr. Chairman, for arranging and facilitating this week’s series of meeting relating to the Senior Official Level Stocktaking Exercise. We commend you and the Chairs of the Negotiating Groups for the tireless…

March 22, 2010

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dian Triansyah Djani, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of the Indonesia, Agenda Item 7: General Debate, at the 13th Session of the Human Rights Council

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, I would like to thank the High Commissioner for her report this morning and for providing updated information about continuing human rights violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. We concur with the recommendations therein. My delegation aligns itself with the statements made by Pakistan and Egypt on behalf of the OIC and NAM…

March 17, 2010

Statement by H.E. Dian Triansyah Djani, Permanent Representative of Indonesia, at the 13th Session of the HRC – Consideration of the UPR Report for Cambodia

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr President, On behalf of my delegation, I would like to thank H.E. Mr. Sun Suon dan the delegation of Cambodia, for providing updated information and responses regarding the recommendations made during the Working Group on UPR meeting in December last year. Indonesia commends the efforts made by the Cambodian Government in strengthening democratic institutions,…

March 17, 2010

Statement by H.E. Dian Triansyah Djani, Permanent Representative of Indonesia, at the 13th Session of the HRC – Consideration of the UPR Report for Brunei Darussalam

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr President, Allow me to begin by thanking H.E.  Mr. Janin Erih for providing updates on the efforts of his Government to promote and protect human rights in Brunei Darussalam. Indonesia, as one of the members of the Troika and a neighboring ASEAN member, is heartened to learn that the Government of Brunei has accepted…

March 12, 2010

Statement at the 13th Session of the HRC, Item 3 : Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary General on violence against children; report of the Working Group on the Optional Protocol of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr President My delegation would like to thank the Special Representative on violence against children for her first report to the Council. We appreciate and support the work she has undertaken to highlight certain aspects of the rights of the child which until now have been insufficiently addressed. Indeed, the three overarching principles around which…

March 11, 2010

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dian Triansyah Djani, Permanent Representative of Indonesia, at the Plenary Session of the Conference on Disarmament

Disarmament

Mr. President, As this is the first time that I am taking the floor under your wise and able presidency, permit me to express our appreciation for the efforts that you and your colleagues in the P-6 have undertaken in trying to forge consensus and to find solution. We would like to thank you for…

March 11, 2010

Statement by the Indonesian Delegation at the 13TH Session of the HRC – Item 3: Report of the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion and Belief and Report of the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, I should firstly like to thank both Special Rapporteurs for their comprehensive reports and for the important contributions they have made within their respective mandates. We align ourselves with the statement made by Pakistan on behalf of the OIC. Mr. President, As a pluralistic society, Indonesia knows too well that discrimination and violence…

March 10, 2010

Statement by the Indonesian Delegation at the 13th Session of the HRC – Annual Full-day Meeting on the Rights of the Child – Panel Discussion on the Protection of Boys and Girls from Sexual Violence : Prevention and Response

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr President, Distinguished Panellists, Indonesia’s commitment to the promotion and protection of the rights of every Indonesian child is beyond question. The 1945 Constitution guarantees that “Every child shall have the right to live, grow and develop, and shall have the right to protection from violence and discrimination”. Furthermore, Article 34 (1) also states that…

March 10, 2010

Statement by the Indonesian Delegation at the 13th Session of the HRC Annual Full-day Meeting on the Rights of the Child – Panel Discussion on Manifestations of Sexual Violence Against Boys and Girl

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, Distinguished Panellists, On behalf of my delegation, I would like to thank the panellists for their thought-provoking presentations today. Indeed our discussion is pertinent not only from the point of view of protecting our children from the scourge of sexual violence but also from that of securing our future as a whole. My…

December 2, 2009

Statement by Minister of Trade of Indonesia. H.E. Mrs. Mari Pangestu, at the Working Session II of the 7th WTO Ministerial Meeting – “The WTO’s Contribution to Recovery, Growth and Development”

Trade/WTO

Thank you Chair, Our world now is confronted with the worst financial and economic crisis since the Great Depression. The evolving crisis, which began within the world’s major financial centers, has spread throughout the global economy, causing severe social, political and economic impacts. We are deeply concerned about its adverse impact on development. The global…

December 1, 2009

Statement by Minister of Trade of Indonesia. H.E. Mrs. Mari Pangestu, at the Working Session I of the 7th WTO Ministerial Meeting – “Review of WTO Activities, including the Doha Work-Programme”

Trade/WTO

Thank you Mr. Chairman, Throughout the past months we have taken note of calls for the review of the effective functioning of the WTO, which include the efficiency, transparency and possible improvements of its multilateral trading system. The rapidly changing global economic environment also requires the WTO to be responsive in exercising its role. It…

November 30, 2009

Statement by Minister of Trade of Indonesia. H.E. Mrs. Mari Pangestu, at the Plenary Session of the 7th WTO Ministerial Meeting

Trade/WTO

Chairperson and Distinguished Colleagues, We are meeting here in Geneva to renew our commitment and confidence in the WTO and the multilateral trading system under the current global economic environment. The WTO and its predecessor, the GATT, have been successful in providing a stable environment for its members. It has nurtured a rules-based multilateral trading…

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