Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartarto, has issued Ministerial Decree No. 22 of 2022 on Membership Structure and Agenda Matrix of the G20 Sherpa Tracking Group.
“Today, the Minister issued Ministerial Decree No. 22 of 2022, which will regulate the composition of the membership, starting with the officers, the members of each working group, the chair and the co-chair,” the secretary said. of the ministry, Susiwijono Moegiarso. informed here on Friday.
In addition to the composition of the committee, the decree also has an agenda matrix including timelines, priority issues and expected results, Moegiarso said.
“With this, we hope that all ministries and institutions, and other countries, will be sure that the timetables (of the Sherpa Track program) will be approximately the same with what is in the coordinating ministry of economic affairs ( decision) who runs the Sherpa trail” he added.
In addition, Moegiarso pointed out that the decree also provided for 10 meetings at the working group (WG) level, an initiative that would later become WG, and 10 engagement groups (EG).
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The priority agenda of the WG and EG will support the three priority agendas of the Indonesian G20 Presidency related to global health architecture, digital-based economic transformation and energy transition, he said. he declares.
The decree will also regulate the coordination between GT and EG events until the G20 summit on Nov. 15-16, 2022, as well as follow-up on event reports, he added.
“The decree is a guide for Sherpa Track events up to the November 15-16 summit,” Moegiarso explained.
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