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Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Invites Delegates to The Global Dialogue on Sustainable Ocean Development to Implement Ideas to Improve Ocean Health

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Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut B. Pandjaitan giving his remarks at The 5Th Global Dialogue from The Global Ocean Accounts Partnership on Thursday (04/07/24), (Photo : Kemenkomarves) - 

 

 

VOInews, Bali : Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut B. Pandjaitan attended the High Level Dinner The Global Dialogue on Sustainable Ocean Development (The 5Th Global Dialogue from The Global Ocean Accounts Partnership), Thursday (4-7-2024).

On this occasion, Coordinating Minister Luhut delivered a warm welcome to the delegates who had arrived in Bali. Today people from all over the world come together, united by a common goal, namely to ensure healthy and thriving oceans for future generations.

“The ocean is not just a vast expanse of water, it is the source of life for our planet. It regulates our climate, gives us food and has enormous economic potential,” he explained.

Today's oceans face unprecedented challenges, from overfishing and pollution to climate change and habitat loss. These threats not only endanger the ocean itself but also the well-being of humanity.

"This dialogue is proof of our collective commitment to overcoming these challenges, we have shared knowledge, explored innovative solutions, and forged new partnerships, we recognize the importance of action and the need for collaboration," said Coordinating Minister Luhut.

According to a release received by Voice of Indonesia on Thursday (04/07/24), the path to ocean sustainability requires sustained dedication, unwavering determination and a willingness to collaborate across borders, disciplines and sectors. Therefore, let's turn our knowledge into action and our plans into real initiatives.

Ideas that can be developed and implemented, especially in developing countries, are urgently needed.

"We can exchange experiences
"how to reduce waste entering the sea, overcome overfishing, grow mangroves, Indonesia is currently making a lot of moves, one of which is building a seaweed research center," he said.

Closing his remarks, Coordinating Minister Luhut invited us to work together to turn things around. "Together, we can ensure healthy and sustainable oceans for all."//VOI

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