‘Sayo nga ASEAN, Talwas nga Magkaoropud’

  • June 16, 2017
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 ‘Sayo nga ASEAN, Talwas nga Magkaoropud’

MANILA, June 16, (PIA) –  Sa kaupayan  san presente nga panahon, an kamahinungdanon sa ASEAN pagtukod sin talwas nga komunidad amo an gintatagan sin  mas hataas nga prayoridad san mga lideres sine nga grupo sin mga nasud.

Nagsarabot an ubus sa ASEAN Security Community Plan of Action (ASC), an ASEAN Member States  nga maghimo sin bilateral cooperation san tagsa-tagsa samtang girekonisar an mga katungud sa kada miembro nga estado nga ipadayon man gihapon an kada tagsa  langyawanon nga polisiya ngan depensa nga kasabotan.    

Pero paonan-o ini batonon san ASEAN, ine nga dako nga ayat  sa seguridad ? Ananohon san sayo nga miembro nga estado pareho sa Pilipinas makaangbit sa reponsibilidad para pakusgon an kamurayaw, kadig-on, ngan seguridad san rehiyon?

An una nga ASEAN 20017 Dialogue “One ASEAN, Safer Together”  hihimoon yana, Hunyo 16, 2017, para mabaton an mga pakiana. Durante sa online webinar ngan forum session, an magbaragaw tutukibon an regional security, cyber-security, non-traditional security nga ideya sa ASEAN, ngan uban nga mga benepisyo ngan hagit sa mga miembro sa ASEAN.

An panelists sa diyalogo kaapi sira: Hellen de la Vega, Assistant Secretary, Office of ASEAN Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); Cardozo Luna, Undersecretary, Department of National Defense; Atty. Rodolfo Salalima, Secretary, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT); Raymund Liboro, Privacy Commissioner and Chairman, National Privacy Commission; Eduardo Gongona, Director, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) ngan George Barcelon, President, Philippine Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PCCI).

An mga millennial professionals, college ngan senior high students, entrepreneurs ngan business owners, trabahador sa BPO ngan tarabahdor sa gobyerno – sa Manila ngan sa bug-os nga Pilipinas – ginlalauman nga dumuyog sa libre nga online session sa @ASEAN2017 Facebook page.

An ASEAN 2017 Dailogues mao an tulo ka magkasunodsunod nga dayologo nga nagtutumoyo sin dugang nga kahibabroan sa tulo ka haligi sa ASEAN: Political-Security, Economic, ngan Socio-Cultural. An Programa igprepresentar sa Presidential Communications Operations Office – Committee on Media Affairs and Communications (PCOO-CMASC), branding, messaging, ngan promotions lead of ASEAN 2017 National Organizing Council, kaupod an Asia Society Philippines sa pagburublig san Asian Institute of Management – Economics Department.

Para sa dugang nga kasayuran, bisitaha an amon Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ASEAN2017 ngan hashtags #ASEAN2017diaologues #ASEAN2017.  Puede liwat makontak si Glyssa Perez at ASEAN2017dialogues@gmail.com or 0917-378-3392 para sin mga pakiana. (PCOO-Translated by: Teresita B. Cardenas/PIA8NorthSamar)

 


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