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The 2023 AIS Forum Summit is a step for Indonesia to become the world’s maritime axis

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The 2023 AIS Forum Summit is a step for Indonesia to become the world’s maritime axis

Jakarta- Professor of the Indonesian Christian University (UKI) Prof. Angel Damayanti said that the first AIS Forum 2023 Summit, and Indonesia being trusted to host it, was a very strategic thing. This is proof that Indonesia is seen and has great influence in becoming the world’s maritime axis.
“Hosting the 2023 AIS Forum Summit is proof that Indonesia is considered an archipelagic country and is capable of hosting international conferences,” concluded UKI Professor of Social and Political Sciences Prof. Angel Damayanti while attending the National Dialogue on Pancasila TV, Saturday 7/10/ 2023.

Apart from that, as host, Indonesia has the right to determine the theme and agenda that will be discussed at the conference. Indonesia has the privilege to promote what is considered important, such as advancing the blue economy, ensuring Indonesia’s maritime security from the threat of damage to the marine environment. As host, Indonesia also has more freedom to determine how to agree on an agenda and agree on a joint declaration, he said.

The 2023 AIS Forum Summit in Bali carries the theme “Fostering Collaboration, Enabling Innovation for Our Ocean and Our Future”. The meeting agenda will focus on three important aspects, namely blue economy development, the challenge of climate change, and strengthening solidarity between island and island countries. “As the largest archipelagic country in the world, through this forum Indonesia is expected to become an initiator in dealing with global issues related to maritime affairs,” he explained.

Furthermore, Prof. Angel Damayanti said that the most important thing, especially for the AIS Forum participating countries, is to equalize perceptions about how to maintain the safety and cleanliness of the marine environment, because our seas are related to the livelihoods of many people, such as livelihoods for coastal communities, being trade routes and shipping routes, especially Currently, dependence on exports and imports is very high so that healthy, sustainable seas can be realized.

“Therefore, this AIS Forum is the right momentum for island countries to unite and strengthen cooperation in facing marine environmental threats and issues that can occur anywhere and at any time,” he concluded.

On a different occasion, Padjadjaran University researcher who is also Indonesia’s representative at the 2023 AIS RnD Conference, Alexander Muhammad Khan, said that the AIS Forum would be a forum for island and archipelagic countries to face common problems, such as rising sea levels and climate change. Efforts to do so will become more coordinated, structured and sharp. So it’s no longer sporadic.

According to Alex, different strategies are needed to deal with problems on land and sea. This is because several things, for example differences in regional boundaries, on land will be clearly visible, while at sea they will not. Therefore, he said, fisheries and marine problems cannot be solved alone.

In realizing this, the 2023 AIS Forum in Bali will continue to be guided by the aims of the AIS Forum, namely: increasing regional cooperation, supporting environmental issues, fighting for international maritime law, and overcoming maritime security threats.

Jakarta- Professor of the Indonesian Christian University (UKI) Prof. Angel Damayanti said that the first AIS Forum 2023 Summit, and Indonesia being trusted to host it, was a very strategic thing. This is proof that Indonesia is seen and has great influence in becoming the world’s maritime axis.
“Hosting the 2023 AIS Forum Summit is proof that Indonesia is considered an archipelagic country and is capable of hosting international conferences,” concluded UKI Professor of Social and Political Sciences Prof. Angel Damayanti while attending the National Dialogue on Pancasila TV, Saturday 7/10/ 2023.

Apart from that, as host, Indonesia has the right to determine the theme and agenda that will be discussed at the conference. Indonesia has the privilege to promote what is considered important, such as advancing the blue economy, ensuring Indonesia’s maritime security from the threat of damage to the marine environment. As host, Indonesia also has more freedom to determine how to agree on an agenda and agree on a joint declaration, he said.

The 2023 AIS Forum Summit in Bali carries the theme “Fostering Collaboration, Enabling Innovation for Our Ocean and Our Future”. The meeting agenda will focus on three important aspects, namely blue economy development, the challenge of climate change, and strengthening solidarity between island and island countries. “As the largest archipelagic country in the world, through this forum Indonesia is expected to become an initiator in dealing with global issues related to maritime affairs,” he explained.

Furthermore, Prof. Angel Damayanti said that the most important thing, especially for the AIS Forum participating countries, is to equalize perceptions about how to maintain the safety and cleanliness of the marine environment, because our seas are related to the livelihoods of many people, such as livelihoods for coastal communities, being trade routes and shipping routes, especially Currently, dependence on exports and imports is very high so that healthy, sustainable seas can be realized.

“Therefore, this AIS Forum is the right momentum for island countries to unite and strengthen cooperation in facing marine environmental threats and issues that can occur anywhere and at any time,” he concluded.

On a different occasion, Padjadjaran University researcher who is also Indonesia’s representative at the 2023 AIS RnD Conference, Alexander Muhammad Khan, said that the AIS Forum would be a forum for island and archipelagic countries to face common problems, such as rising sea levels and climate change. Efforts to do so will become more coordinated, structured and sharp. So it’s no longer sporadic.

According to Alex, different strategies are needed to deal with problems on land and sea. This is because several things, for example differences in regional boundaries, on land will be clearly visible, while at sea they will not. Therefore, he said, fisheries and marine problems cannot be solved alone.

In realizing this, the 2023 AIS Forum in Bali will continue to be guided by the aims of the AIS Forum, namely: increasing regional cooperation, supporting environmental issues, fighting for international maritime law, and overcoming maritime security threats.

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