Asean task force meeting emphasises regional integration and inclusive growth for all members

JAKARTA/YANGON (Bernama): The Initiative for Asean Integration (IAI) Task Force convened at Asean Headquarters on Tuesday for their 73rd Meeting, focusing on progress in regional integration and inclusive growth.

Chaired by the Permanent Representative of Myanmar to Asean, Ambassador Aung Myo Myint, the meeting included Timor-Leste’s Ambassador to Asean as an observer, according to the Asean Secretariat in a statement.

Key topics discussed include updates on 91 projects under the IAI Work Plan IV and strategies for narrowing development gap (NDG) under Laos’ ASEAN Chairmanship.

Ambassadors, including Malaysia’s Permanent Representative Datuk Nur Izzah Wong Mee Choo, also deliberated on embedding the ASEAN NDG agenda in future plans.

With the IAI Work Plan IV nearing its final years, Myint stressed the need for enhanced collaboration to ensure successful implementation.

"The meeting also underscored the significance of collective efforts in driving progress and achieving equitable development across the ASEAN region,” the secretariat added.

The details regarding the IAI can be accessed at - Bernama

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