Indonesia holds training on int'l legal agreement for Asian, African countries

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Indonesia's Foreign Ministry held training on international legal agreement for Asian and African countries, starting on Oct. 13 to Oct. 15, Antara News Agency reported on Wednesday.

The training is for members of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO) to address problems related to capability on international convention.

"By joining the training, we hope that 16 envoys from Asian and African countries as well as from 14 domestic institutions could learn how to start negotiating to generate an international convention, how to make ratification strategy and how to prepare domestic legal facilities after ratification," said Vice Foreign Minister Triyono Wibowo here.

Bebeb Djundjunan, director for Economic, Social and Cultural Agreement at the ministry said that the training will focus on international convention of organized crime and human right, in cooperation with several agencies under the United Nations such as United Nations Office of Legal Affairs (UNOLA), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC), and Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights (ONCHR).

Source: Xinhua


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