Settling maritime borders a tough job
I Made Andi Arsana
Lecturer at the Department of Geodetic Engineering, Gadjah Mada University
PREMIUM During an official visit to Nunukan, East Kalimantan, last month, Ambassador Eddy Pratomo, the President’s special envoy for the determination of Indonesia-Malaysia maritime boundaries, said the two countries were working hard toward the definition of “fence” in the seas between them and some progress had been made. Ambassador Pratomo’s appointment two years ago itself i...
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