Indonesian Presidency in G20
Tuesday 6 December 2022 / 14:30 - 15:30 / Zoom
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Welcome to this webinar with H.E. Mr. Kamapradipta Isnomo, Ambassador of Indonesia to the Kingdom of Sweden, concurrently Ambassador of Indonesia to the Republic of Latvia!
Indonesia as the host of the G20 Presidency in 2022 carried the spirit of recover together as the world is currently under pressure of multidimensional crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, there is a need for joint and inclusive efforts in finding a way out or solutions for recovery. Indonesia has committed to encourage the G20 to produce concrete deliverables in the priority sectors. Several concrete deliverables that have been pointed out from the result of Leaders’ Declaration 2022 are such as followed:
- War brings negative effects on the global economy, and economic cannot be accomplished without peace, therefore war must be stopped,
- Creating the Pandemic Fund that has accumulated 1.5 billion USD,
- Creating and implementing the Resilience and Sustainability Trust under the IMF to the tune of 81.6 billion USD to aid the countries that are facing crisis
- Energy Transition Mechanism particularly for Indonesia, receiving commitment form Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) in the amount of 20 billion USD
- A shared commitment of the protection of at least 30% of the world’s land area and 30% of the world’s oceans by 2030
- Commitment to reduce soil degradation up to 50% in 2040 voluntarily
About the speaker:
H.E. Mr. Kamapradipta Isnomo is the Ambassador of Indonesia to the Kingdom of Sweden, concurrently Ambassador of Indonesia to the Republic of Latvia.
Prior to his position as Ambassador to the Kingdom of Sweden concurrently to the Republic of Latvia, Kamapradipta Isnomo (Kama) was the Director of Social and Culture and International Organizations of Developing Countries at the Directorate General of Multilateral Cooperation from 2017 to 2020. Between 2011 to 2014, he was Deputy Director for Asia-Pacific and Africa Intra-Regional Cooperation at the Directorate General of Asia-Pacific and African Affairs.
He undertook three overseas assignments at the Indonesian Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York as Minister Counsellor and political coordinator from 2014 to 2017, Indonesian Permanent Mission to the UN and Other International Organizations in Geneva as Counsellor for human rights from 2007 to 2011, as well as Vice-Consul at the Indonesian Consulate General in Melbourne, Australia from 2001 to 2005.
He completed an undergraduate dual degree in international relations and media communications at Webster University in St. Louis, United States in 1994 and a post-graduate degree in political science at Leeds University in Leeds, United Kingdom in 1999.
Dr. Niklas Swanström, ISDP’s Executive Director, will moderate the session.