25 resolution of the Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of ASEAN – AMAF

This resolution of the Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of ASEAN (AMAF) was a document handed to the Secretary-General by the ASEAN Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It covers all aspects of food security in ASEAN, and is meant to serve as guidance for further intensification of efforts to promote food security in the region.

The Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of ASEAN have signed a resolution to strengthen agriculture and forestry cooperation between ASEAN member states. This resolution aims to promote food security, sustainable agriculture and sustainable forestry.

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The ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of ASEAN countries are bound by the rules and regulations that pertain to their respective jurisdictions. For example, the Minister of Agriculture is responsible for the national level while the Minister of Forestry is responsible for the country level. However, these two ministers work as an equal team with a mutual interest in improving food security in all member states.

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ASEAN Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry have reached an agreement to resolve the 25 priorities of the Ministers:

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The ASEAN Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry are responsible for the sustainable growth of agriculture and forestry in the region. They were asked to discuss different issues related to agriculture and forestry, including food security, climate change, globalisation, and employment.

This resolution sets out a clear direction for agriculture and forestry in the region, which will allow each country to develop its potential towards sustainable growth as well as contribute to the development of ASEAN as a whole. It will help raise awareness of food security among all stakeholders involved in our agricultural process.

The resolution sets up a clear role for each country by identifying objectives they should have within their respective roles within ASEAN. This is an important step forward that would help ensure that there is no duplication or wasteful spending on things which do not contribute directly.

ASEAN Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry resolved to adopt the 25 principles that they would like to see enforced during their tenure. This is an issue of importance for the ASEAN member states, as it impacts the economies of each and every country with this policy.

The Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of ASEAN, established in 2005, is an intergovernmental body that promotes self-sustaining production of food, fiber and light non-metallic mineral resources.

The purpose is to consolidate the work done by various countries and organizations working on agricultural development in the region by establishing a common export policy to strengthen the economic relations between countries in ASEAN.

This resolution was approved by the Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia on 9 April 2018 in Jakarta.

The resolution states that “The Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry of ASEAN should formulate a plan to implement International Food Security Act (IFSA) into the local law in their respective countries at a national level. The IFSA is an important milestone for the food security, nutrition, livelihoods, productivity and sustainable development of ASEAN countries.”

While IFSAs were drafted at different levels (National Food Security Act, National Agricultural Policy) it could not be implemented effectively without the implementation it’s recommendations at regional level. Therefore this resolution aims to empower ASEAN ministers to implement IFSA as task force recommendations at regional level.

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