Indonesia Asks Support for Membership of the UN Human Rights Council and OECD

New York: Minister of Foreign Affairs Retno Marsudi held 23 meetings on the sidelines of the High Level Week of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States on Tuesday, September 19 2023.
 
Dozens of these meetings took place in bilateral and pull-aside schemes, with three of them being fully bilateral.
 
“We use these meetings to gain support for Indonesia’s membership in the Human Rights Council and in the OECD. “And from everything we met, the response to the two candidates was very positive,” said Foreign Minister Retno.



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In a bilateral meeting with Britain on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Indonesia exchanged ideas on how to strengthen relations between the two countries. Indonesia-Britain also asked about the results of the ASEAN Summit, especially regarding the Myanmar issue.
 
At the end of the talks, Britain invited Foreign Minister Retno to visit and have full consultations with the British Foreign Minister early next year.
 
With Germany, Foreign Minister Retno discussed Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s planned visit to Indonesia. The time of the visit cannot be confirmed, but Indonesia and Germany have both started preparing the state law.
 
Next November, Foreign Minister Retno plans to visit Germany to discuss preparations for Chancellor Scholz’s visit to Indonesia.

Japan-ASEAN Summit

Meanwhile, with Japan, Indonesia discussed preparations for the Japan-ASEAN Summit which will be held in Tokyo next December. Indonesia and Japan also agreed to speed up the finalization of negotiations on the Indonesia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement.
 

“This has also been discussed by the President (Joko Widodo) and the Prime Minister (Fumio Kishida), and it is hoped that negotiations will be completed in December when we will hold the ASEAN-Japan Summit,” said Foreign Minister Retno.
 

Previously last Monday, Foreign Minister Retno held 11 bilateral meetings. A full bilateral meeting was held by Foreign Minister Retno with the Foreign Minister of Palau, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia, UN humanitarian affairs official Martin Griffith, United States Congressman Eric Swalweel, and the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Saint Lucia.
 

Meanwhile, a meeting with the pull-aside scheme was held by Foreign Minister Retno with Ministers from the Maldives, Palestine, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, the President of Timor Leste, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Congo, and also the Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.

 

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