As one of the most active youth organisation promoting the mutual cooperation between ASEAN and Japan youths, SSEAYP International Indonesia was present during the High Level Seminar and the launching of Project 2045 Final Report.
Project 2045 is one of the important projects to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Indonesia-Japan diplomatic relationship and to develop a cooperation vision of the two countries aiming for 2045, the 100th Anniversary of Indonesia’s independence.
The Project 2045 Report highlighted three common targets of Japan and Indonesia: (1) to uphold democracy and become maritime global powers (political level); (2) to be ranked among the world’s top five economies (economic level); (3) to achieve high quality of life beyond the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (social level). The report also stresses the importance of the two countries to form a joint partnership to realise a life of plenty, freedom, and safety for their citizens, and to achieve a peaceful, stable, democratic, diverse, and tolerant society.
The Full Report of the Project 2045, developed by the team led by Ambassador Muhammad Lutfi and Dr Takashi Shiraishi was launched on 8 December 2018 and handed to Vice President Muhammad Jusuf Kalla and Mr Teru Fukui, the former Minister of State for Ocean Policy and for Okinawa and Northern Territories Affairs Japan at the reception on that day. The High Level Seminar Project 2045 was held on 8-9 December 2018 where ministers and seasoned experts presented their views and discussed in-depth about Indonesia-Japan’s cooperation and the outcome of the report.
To view the Executive Summary of the Project 2045 Report, please click here.
To view the Project 2045 Full Report, please click here.