Selasa, 10 Maret 2020

Three Points of New Policy for Japan's Cooperation with ASEAN

Japanese Foreign Minister  Toshimitsu Motegi's visit to Jakarta is not only scheduled to meet with leaders in the Indonesian government, but he also has an agenda to visit the ASEAN Secretariat office. After meeting with the President, the Indonesian Foreign Minister and the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment, Motegi's turn to visit the ASEAN office to discuss cooperation between the two parties.

Japanese Foreign Minister  Toshimitsu Motegi's visit to Jakarta is not only scheduled to meet with leaders in the Indonesian government, but he also has an agenda to visit the ASEAN Secretariat office. After meeting with the President, the Indonesian Foreign Minister and the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment, Motegi's turn to visit the ASEAN office to discuss cooperation between the two parties.  During his visit, he introduced three new policy directions between Japan and ASEAN.   "I want to introduce the three directions of the Japanese Government's policy regarding the form of Japan-ASEAN cooperation to realize the vision of the future of ASEAN," Motegi said when opening his speech at the ASEAN Secretariat office on Friday 10 January 2020.  Then, he began to describe the three new policy directions he had intended.  Human Empowerment  The first point that becomes the new policy direction for Japan and ASEAN cooperation is about human empowerment.   The thing that sustains a prosperous society is the ability and enthusiasm that everyone has.   "The Japanese project that is best known in Indonesia among various HR empowerment projects is the project of community policing or community policing," said Foreign Minister Motegi.  In Indonesia, Japan has been running various collaborations for around 20 years to build community policing that is capable of handling general crime independently and separately from the TNI.   Japan expects further developments from the ongoing community policing program. Japan hopes that these activities can be disseminated throughout Indonesia. Until finally, the cooperative relationship between Japan and Indonesia could enter a new stage, namely joint human empowerment.   In an effort to develop human resources, Foreign Minister Motegi hopes that there will be high-quality human resource development that can face the digital economy and the coming of the industrial revolution 4.0.   Institutional Improvement  After the development of human resources, the second point that became the new policy direction for cooperation between Japan and ASEAN was institutional reform.  Japan considers that there should be a social system that allows human resources that have been developed to demonstrate the ability possessed properly. So, this step is the next step from before.   "In this case, the most important is the formulation of rules regarding economic activities," explained Foreign Minister Motegi.   Motegi also conveyed to the invited guests present that Indonesia is one of the models of democratic country development because of his experience in changing government through holding direct and free elections.   Japan has committed to always side by side with ASEAN in establishing a diverse and dynamic country and society in the region.   Wisdom Collection  The last point is wisdom gathering.   Motegi spoke that Japan and ASEAN could collaborate in gathering each other's wisdom and deepening it for the same purpose.   In this regard, the most significant challenge so far faced by ASEAN and Japan by sharing knowledge and experience is disaster management.  "ASEAN and Japan have the same serious threat of natural disasters that have strengthened the ASEAN Coordinating Center for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management or AHA Center.   At present, the AHA Center has become an essential institution needed for efforts to deal with natural disasters in the ASEAN region.


During his visit, he introduced three new policy directions between Japan and ASEAN. 

"I want to introduce the three directions of the Japanese Government's policy regarding the form of Japan-ASEAN cooperation to realize the vision of the future of ASEAN," Motegi said when opening his speech at the ASEAN Secretariat office on Friday 10 January 2020.

Then, he began to describe the three new policy directions he had intended.

Human Empowerment

Japanese Foreign Minister  Toshimitsu Motegi's visit to Jakarta is not only scheduled to meet with leaders in the Indonesian government, but he also has an agenda to visit the ASEAN Secretariat office. After meeting with the President, the Indonesian Foreign Minister and the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment, Motegi's turn to visit the ASEAN office to discuss cooperation between the two parties.  During his visit, he introduced three new policy directions between Japan and ASEAN.   "I want to introduce the three directions of the Japanese Government's policy regarding the form of Japan-ASEAN cooperation to realize the vision of the future of ASEAN," Motegi said when opening his speech at the ASEAN Secretariat office on Friday 10 January 2020.  Then, he began to describe the three new policy directions he had intended.  Human Empowerment  The first point that becomes the new policy direction for Japan and ASEAN cooperation is about human empowerment.   The thing that sustains a prosperous society is the ability and enthusiasm that everyone has.   "The Japanese project that is best known in Indonesia among various HR empowerment projects is the project of community policing or community policing," said Foreign Minister Motegi.  In Indonesia, Japan has been running various collaborations for around 20 years to build community policing that is capable of handling general crime independently and separately from the TNI.   Japan expects further developments from the ongoing community policing program. Japan hopes that these activities can be disseminated throughout Indonesia. Until finally, the cooperative relationship between Japan and Indonesia could enter a new stage, namely joint human empowerment.   In an effort to develop human resources, Foreign Minister Motegi hopes that there will be high-quality human resource development that can face the digital economy and the coming of the industrial revolution 4.0.   Institutional Improvement  After the development of human resources, the second point that became the new policy direction for cooperation between Japan and ASEAN was institutional reform.  Japan considers that there should be a social system that allows human resources that have been developed to demonstrate the ability possessed properly. So, this step is the next step from before.   "In this case, the most important is the formulation of rules regarding economic activities," explained Foreign Minister Motegi.   Motegi also conveyed to the invited guests present that Indonesia is one of the models of democratic country development because of his experience in changing government through holding direct and free elections.   Japan has committed to always side by side with ASEAN in establishing a diverse and dynamic country and society in the region.   Wisdom Collection  The last point is wisdom gathering.   Motegi spoke that Japan and ASEAN could collaborate in gathering each other's wisdom and deepening it for the same purpose.   In this regard, the most significant challenge so far faced by ASEAN and Japan by sharing knowledge and experience is disaster management.  "ASEAN and Japan have the same serious threat of natural disasters that have strengthened the ASEAN Coordinating Center for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management or AHA Center.   At present, the AHA Center has become an essential institution needed for efforts to deal with natural disasters in the ASEAN region.


The first point that becomes the new policy direction for Japan and ASEAN cooperation is about human empowerment. 

The thing that sustains a prosperous society is the ability and enthusiasm that everyone has. 

"The Japanese project that is best known in Indonesia among various HR empowerment projects is the project of community policing or community policing," said Foreign Minister Motegi.

In Indonesia, Japan has been running various collaborations for around 20 years to build community policing that is capable of handling general crime independently and separately from the TNI. 

Japan expects further developments from the ongoing community policing program. Japan hopes that these activities can be disseminated throughout Indonesia. Until finally, the cooperative relationship between Japan and Indonesia could enter a new stage, namely joint human empowerment. 

In an effort to develop human resources, Foreign Minister Motegi hopes that there will be high-quality human resource development that can face the digital economy and the coming of the industrial revolution 4.0. 

Institutional Improvement

After the development of human resources, the second point that became the new policy direction for cooperation between Japan and ASEAN was institutional reform.

Japan considers that there should be a social system that allows human resources that have been developed to demonstrate the ability possessed properly. So, this step is the next step from before. 

"In this case, the most important is the formulation of rules regarding economic activities," explained Foreign Minister Motegi. 

Motegi also conveyed to the invited guests present that Indonesia is one of the models of democratic country development because of his experience in changing government through holding direct and free elections. 

Japan has committed to always side by side with ASEAN in establishing a diverse and dynamic country and society in the region. 

Wisdom Collection

The last point is wisdom gathering. 

Motegi spoke that Japan and ASEAN could collaborate in gathering each other's wisdom and deepening it for the same purpose. 

In this regard, the most significant challenge so far faced by ASEAN and Japan by sharing knowledge and experience is disaster management.

"ASEAN and Japan have the same serious threat of natural disasters that have strengthened the ASEAN Coordinating Center for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management or AHA Center. 

At present, the AHA Center has become an essential institution needed for efforts to deal with natural disasters in the ASEAN region.

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