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Kanni Wignaraja meets Xanana Gusmao to discuss the future of maritime boundaries

Kanni Wignaraja meets Xanana Gusmao to discuss the future of maritime boundaries

Photo Tatoli/Egas Cristovao

DILI, 18 october 2022 ( TATOLI)-The United Nations Assistant Secretary-General (UNSG) and United Nations Development Programme ( UNDP) for ASIA and Pacific, Kanni Wignaraja, today conduct the meeting with the Eminent of g+7, Xanana Gusmao, to discuss the future of Timor – Leste’s maritime boundaries and the future of the economy of oceans on the different ways in which country benefit even more that is part of the heritage of Timor – Leste.

” We both discuss the future of maritime boundaries and in that meeting, Xanana Gusmao together with Timorese State are going to preserve and will urge the young generation to understand the resources for the Timor – Leste ‘s economic sustainable in the future,” UNASG Kanni Wignaraja, told reporters at the office of g7+ Palace Government Dili, on tuesday.
Wignaraja added that Timor – Leste had benefitted because of the investment and the effort has been put in now to make sure that maritime boundaries the regulation are in place. It’s very important to say the country can benefit from fishing resources, to be able to protect the coral reef and its maritime ecosystem and oceans.

” I think all the country’s effort about the protection of maritime boundaries including the ocean ‘s riches is part of Timor – Leste effort in the accession to Association of Southeast Asia Nations ( ASEAN) therefore UN and UNDP very much support Timor – Leste,” she said.

UN together with UNDP in Timor – Leste will always support Timor – Leste to protect the oceans in Timor – Leste’s maritime boundaries to preserve the oceans’ riches including the island in the archipelago to ensure the riches for the young generation to sustain Timor – Leste’s economic sustainable in the future.

 

 

 

Journalist: Camilio de Sousa

Editor: Nelia B.

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