THE NAVIGATION OF FOREIGN SHIPS IN THE ARCHIPELAGIC SEA LANES IS ONE OF THE MARITIME SECURITY ISSUES FOR INDONESIA

Gombak, 23 September 2022. Three keynote speakers deliver addresses full of thought-provoking views on the second day of the International Conference on Maritime Security in Southeast Asia co-organises by Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws (AIKOL) of the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) and Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).

Professor Dr. Marsudi Triatmodjo from Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia delivers the third keynote address on the second day of the conference entitled “Indonesia’s Maritime Security in Archipelagic Sea Lanes: The Potential Use of Maritime Autonomous Vehicles”.

Professor Dr. Marsudi Triatmodjo underscores the existing efforts to maintain the security in the Indonesian archipelagic sea lanes (ASLs) including the use of the technology in maritime security which is a double-edged sword. The important consideration for an archipelagic state such as Indonesia is to ensure that foreign ships navigating in ASLs do not threaten Indonesia’s maritime security.

Professor Tan Sri Dato’ Dzulkifli Bin Abdul Razak, the Rector of International Islamic University Malaysia officiates the opening of the jointly organised conference.

For the opening of the conference: – [https://kulliyyah.iium.edu.my/aikol/issues-relating-to-the-maritime-security-in-southeast-asia-need-to-be-confronted-and-resolved/]

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