7th Borneo Forum Emphasizes Collective Responsibility for National Development

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Minister of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial/National Land Agency, Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono (AHY), Inaugurates 7th Borneo Forum in Palangkaraya on Friday (28/6/2024). Photo by: Special

PALMOILMAGAZINE, PALANGKARAYA – The 7th Borneo Forum was officially opened by Minister of Agrarian Affairs/National Land Agency (MAF/NLA), Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono (AHY). In his address, AHY emphasized that achieving public welfare is not solely the responsibility of the government, but requires concerted efforts from all sectors, including businesses.

AHY underscored the importance of national development focusing on multiple priorities without neglecting human resource development. “We must enhance the capacity and quality of our human resources comprehensively. There should be no division among sectors and regions; we must progress together. There should be no disparity between the central and regional governments,” AHY stated, as reported by Palmoilmagazine.com from the official page of Central Kalimantan Province on Saturday, June 29, 2024.

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Meanwhile, Governor of East Kalimantan, H. Sugianto Sabran, speaking at the forum held at Swiss Belhotel Danum Palangka Raya, expressed hope that major private companies would contribute to the welfare of the people and advance the province.

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He also emphasized the forum would be strategic to reinforce the strategy among stakeholders to escalate palm oil industrial governance to also deliver the positive for the companies, governments, and the people.

“Central Kalimantan Province is committed to support the good investment climates including in pam oil plantation sectors that become one mainstay economic commodity nationally and regionally,” Sugianto said.

He also said one support from the province would be about to facilitate Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) certification for big companies that operate as the pre-condition to do export activities. Besides the province also encourage the companies that have other utilization areas but do not have business rights (BR) to get BR with the note, they did not operate in forest areas.

It means Governor Suginato would hope the palm oil big private companies in the province would deliver welfare for the people and make the province go forward. (P2)

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