RI to push for closer ties in maritime security

Abu Sayyaf Group and piracy still a major regional issue.
Indonesia will push for stronger cooperation in maritime security during the upcoming gathering of ASEAN heads of state in Laos, Foreign Ministry officials have said. The push comes amid cases of Indonesians being kidnapped in the region’s waters alongside other ongoing tensions.
“We will emphasize the importance of maritime cooperation at the summit, especially the implementation of the EAS [East Asia Summit] statement initiated by Indonesia,” said Derry Aman, the Foreign Ministry’s ASEAN dialogue partner and inter-regional cooperation director, on Thursday.
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Source: thejakartapost.com

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