Indonesia has been deeply concerned by the worsening situation in Ukraine, which had escalated from what had initially been an internal political instability within the country to an international crisis which threatens not only the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, but also risks raising tensions in the relations between the affected countries. Indonesia's concern is stated by Minister Marty M. Natalegawa in Jakarta (04/03).
Indonesia reaffirms its principled and consistent position on respect
for the sovereignty and territorial of states as a fundamental principle
of relations among nations.
Indonesia calls, on all concerned
parties to exercise utmost restraint, manage the crisis, promote the
peaceful settlement of the situation in Ukraine, and to consistently
uphold respect for international law.
It further calls oil the United Nations Security Council, including
the permanent members of the Security Council, to shoulder its
responsibility in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations in
maintaining international peace and security in responding to the crisis
in Ukraine, including through the possibility of dispatching a special
envoy of the UN Secretary General to the affected region. (Source: The Office of the Minister For Foreign Affairs)
Official Statement of the Minister, click here