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Tempo Timor- According to a press released sent by the the VI Government spokesperson office said, “today the Government of Timor-Leste (TL) has given notice to the Government of Australia that it has initiated new arbitration proceedings under the Timor Sea Treaty”. 

 

The press released continued, “Timor-Leste has initiated this new arbitration to resolve a dispute that exists between the two Governments concerning the proper interpretation of Article 8(b), which arose in early 2014 in the context of an inappropriate interference by Australia in a third-party international arbitration, without prior consultation with Timor-Leste”. 

 

“Timor-Leste disagrees with Australia’s assertion that it has absolute and exclusive jurisdictional rights, including taxation rights, relating to the entire length of a petroleum export pipeline including into the Joint Petroleum Development Area. Australia’s claim would deny Timor-Leste any jurisdictional rights relating to this pipeline or activities relating to this pipeline. This is inconsistent with the text and purpose of the Treaty and is not supported by any negotiating or other documents that have been brought to light, in particular as it pertains to jurisdiction within the Joint Petroleum Development Area”. 

 

“Over the past eighteen months Timor-Leste has consistently been willing to discuss with Australia the meaning of Article 8(b), and to acknowledge the shared nature of jurisdiction that the Timor Sea Treaty establishes as part of the compromise necessary to permit the temporary arrangement allowing each party to benefit from the exploitation of the resources in the still-disputed area. On this basis, Timor-Leste has invited consultations on the scope of each party’s jurisdiction to determine where it is shared, where it is exclusive to Australia and Timor-Leste, and where it is yet to be determined. Its efforts in this regard have been to no avail,” the statement said. 

 

“Given the inability to discuss the degrees of jurisdiction in the disputed waters, Timor-Leste is now of the view that the only way to resolve this matter is by submitting the dispute to an arbitration Tribunal as provided for under Article 23 of the Treaty. The initiation of arbitration will allow for each party to present its position supported by facts and law”. 

 

“Timor-Leste remains willing to resolve the dispute directly with Australia. This will be possible if Australia can help break the current impasse by recognizing the existence of shared jurisdiction, according to the terms of the Timor Sea Treaty, and engage in productive consultations to determine the degree of each nation’s jurisdiction over the shared pipeline and related activities”.

 

“Timor-Leste is hopeful of the satisfactory and speedy resolution of this matter.” 

 

 

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Tempo Timor- Tuir nota de imprensa ne’ebe fo sai husi Embaxada Australia iha Dili informa katak Ró komponente naval Austrália ‘HMAS Huon’ mai vizita Dili, Timor-Leste husi loron 19-25 Augustu hodi partisipa iha komemorasaun loron FALINTIL. 

“Vizita ne’e mos hanesan oportunidade ida atu fó treinamentu maritima ba Komponente Naval Falintil-Forsa Defeza Timor-Leste (F-FDTL) hanesan parte husi bilaterál defeza ne’ebé besik entre Timor-Leste no Australia ne’ebé oras ne’e la’o hela”, hakerek iha note de imprensa ne’ebe redasaun Tempo Timor simu.

Tuir observasaun husi politiku balun iha Dili dehan wainhira Timor-Leste hari komponente Naval Governu Australia ladun afavor nune’e Governu Timor-Leste foti desizaun hodi sosa ro rua husi Xina maibe ikus mai Governu Australia mos hatudu sira nia interese hodi tulun dezenvolve komponente Naval F-FDTL ninian.

“Liu husi apoiu Programa Kooperasaun Defeza nian, ró ‘HMAS Huon’ lori ekipa membrus F-FDTL ba iha tasi laran iha loron 24 Augustu hodi fahe matenek kona-ba mariñeiru, kontrolu ba etragus, hamate ahi, manutensaun ba ekipamentu protesaun no enjeñaria. Memebrus F-FDTL nain rua sei tuir ró refere no aranka hikas ba iha Darwin hodi hetan esperiensia adisionál”, informa iha Komunikadu de imprensa husi Embaxada Australia ninian ne’e.

 Programa Defeza Australia nian eziste ona iha Timor-Leste desde hahu iha inisiu tinan 2001, hanesan parte husi atividades kooperasaun rejional tomak iha Pasifiku. Programa ne’e atu hasae kapasidade F-FDTL no Ministeriu Defeza nian atu tulun nasaun garantia ninia seguransa rasik. Komponete Naval Royal Australia dedikadu tebes atu servisu besik liu ho As.

 

Tasi Timor-Leste sempre hetan ameasa husi peska ilegal no trafiku ema husi nasaun balun iha ASEAN. Iha loron 27 fulan Agusto 2015 komponente Naval F-FDTL konsege kaptura ro peska ilega hat no ema lima nolu resi ne'ebe halo hela atividades peska ilegal iha Tasi Timor-Leste ninian. 

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Exclusive Interview Between two Joses:  Jose Antonmio Belo (Jose Belo) and Former President, Jose Ramos Horta (JRH) to discuss so many important issues happening in the World and Timor Leste.


DR. Ramos Horta talk about the high level panel reports, the boat people to Australia and the Rohingya issue including what to do to get Australia to seat with East Tinor to negotiate the maritime border between the two country.


Lets us follow the exclusive interview as below:


Jose Belo:  Thank you sir, My first question is about the report from high level panel submitted to the UN Security council. Can you explain what is about?


JRH: In October last year 2014, the Secretary General decided to establish a high level panel to review the United Nation Peace and Security Operation. In November I was appointed by the Secretary General as a Chair of this high level panel comprising 17 personalities from around the world representative of the regions with very rich background in peace and security, in governance, in politics and etc. Normally such a mandate should last a minimum of 1 year but because of time pressure, the Secretary General asked us to conclude in less than 9 months. We concluded in 8 months. We began working end of November and June 16 in New York I handover the report to the secretary General. The report has been widely praised and commended by everyone, by the Secretary General himself, members of Security Council and the members of the UN General Assembly. And what have we purposed? Obviously first let me say that the United Nations and the international community have limited ability to prevent and end wars, because wars sometime they happen out of the blue, sometime we know, we expect, anticipate a conflict but difficult to take action before a conflict erupt. Sometime a conflict erupts without anyone be able to deal with that because elements on the ground, people on the ground with their pride, their prejudices, their ambition, their personalities, their egos, their allegiances, all come into play and very difficult to bring parties to a conflict negotiating table. Look at Syria, attempts by the United Nations and the Arab League, look at the case of South Sudan ongoing, so it’s extremely difficult but we have to try. So we have recommended that the United Nations and international community in general develop more strategies supported with resources in enhancing the preventive diplomacy mechanism. That we must do more to prevent wars rather than waiting for wars to occur and then try to negotiate end of the wars. We also argue that international community particularly the rich countries can do more and must do more to equip the United Nations Peacekeeping with better resources. For instance, in Africa there are good soldiers, good officers, many are actually outstanding, they have battle experiences, it is the African Union without much help from the international community that confronted extremist elements in Somalia. They are still there fighting and dying, peacekeepers from Ethiopia, from Kenya, Uganda, etc. Much of the forces deployed in Congo, South Sudan also originate from African countries, of course from Asian regions as well. However, many of these African countries have very limited capabilities in terms of logistics, airborne capabilities, sea base capabilities or land base capabilities to move fast, to deploy troops, to deliver goods, etc. So there has to be a strong partnership between the United Nations, regional organizations and countries like Japan, some Europeans that might not be able to deploy troops because of their law, their constitution but they can deploy engineering battalions, they can deploy equipment, helicopters, troops transport planes, etc. So we look in all of these, how the UN can first; be more effective in preventing wars. We provided solution, ideas, recommendation and then when a conflict occurs, how the peacekeepers can better be assisted in terms of having the adequate logistic support of equipment, helicopters, vehicles, airborne capabilities to fulfill their responsibilities.


Jose Belo: Your Excellency, can you explain a little a bit, what are the weaknesses of the United Nations so far, why was the high level commission established?


JRH: The weaknesses are that they inherited in a multilateral organization. Easier when you are a member state, you have your President, Prime Minister, the Parliament, you have Defense Minister, the Minister of Interior, they make their decisions and there is no much more complication. You have resources or you don’t have resources, but the UN is a constellation of 194 States. And when there is need for a peacekeeping operation, after the peacekeeping has been authorized, mandated by the UN Security Council, the Secretary General starts calling member states to offer troops, police to this operation, let’s say South Sudan or Mali. Because the UN doesn’t have a standing army, it has to depend on troop contribution and the financial support from the Security Council 5 permanent members. So this is one and when you have troops from so many countries, very difficult to have a chain of command that is absolutely disciplined and strict because the temptation is a particular battalion, particular commander from a particular country, they listen to their leaders back in their country and sometime not to the forth commander in the field. Some time not to special representative of Secretary General, so we addressed all of this, that there has to be clear unchallenged chain of command, clear authority vested on the special representative of the Secretary General and on the forth commander and not on the colonels, the generals that are from each of the countries contributing troops to the UN.


Jose Belo: Moving on to the other issue, to the issue in Myanmar. There are people smuggling boats and there is some reports says some mass graves were found in the bushes from Myanmar to Thailand on to Malaysia. What do you think about this whole issue?


JRH: It is a catastrophe what is happening with Rohingya in Myanmar. I do not wish to criticize the government there or Madam Do Aun Su Chi. They are all facing extreme difficulties. We all know from our experience in Timor Leste, the experience in Indonesia when you transition from a dictatorship like the Indonesian did in 1997-98. There were tumultuous developments in Indonesia, religious, ethnic violence, etc. But in the end, Indonesia came back together, prospering, very stable and respected internationally. Myanmar is going to the same experiment with transition to democracy but the difficulty with Myanmar is that they have dozens of ethnic groups, very distinct and each of the ethnic group has for the case develop their own armies fighting the central government. They have made tremendous effort in trying to break ceasefire and they have succeeded but the question now is of disarmament and the cantonment or returning of these insurgences to civilian life etc. This will take many many years. At the same time, they have this ethnic and religious problem. The problem is not only with Rohingya which is an ethnic minority of Bengal extraction but who have been living in Myanmar for generation. So they are Burmese like anyone else in Myanmar. But there are also problems with muslim in general, several million muslims who are in Myanmar, they are also under threat, they are discriminated, they are threatened etc. So the problem is not only against Rohinya. The Rohinyas are the extreme case of the discrimination, exclusion and violence. But the violence also affects the rest of the muslim population. And that can create new security problem because it is already inciting extremist muslims elsewhere in the region or in the middle east to show solidarity with the prosecuted muslim in Myanmar.  So a problem that could be resolved in Myanmar proper through dialog, through compassion to bring together all the ethnic groups and religious groups in Myanmar can become a major security challenge in South East Asia. As I said totally understand and sympathetic to the challenge faced by the President, Su Chi, what I suggest is that they all should sit together Su Chi, the President, the army, religious leaders, the monks and muslims to defuse the tensions in Myanmar. The burden cannot be only on the shoulders of the president or on the shoulders of Su Chi. So I don’t agree with the criticism directed at Su Chi, that she is not speaking out, denouncing the violence against Rohingyas. She is being careful trying to manage a very volatile complex situation.


Jose Belo: As you know these people they are boat people from Myanmar to Australia. In some cases, some of them have been through hell and then sent afterward to detention centers in Australia once they entered Australian water, what would you think about the Australian government attitude toward the boat people?


JRH: Yeah, so the Rohingya problem has now become a regional problem because of the people smuggling, some people they flee in desperation because of the violence inside Myanmar, instigated by groups in Myanmar because of exclusion, poverty, denial of citizenship. These people have nothing to lose, so they are vulnerable to unscrupulous smugglers who are extorting money from them and try to take them to wherever they can go. These people, they are desperate, they are not thinking of a rosy life in Australia, they would go anywhere, so they go to Indonesia, they go to Malaysia, they go to Thailand and thanks god the Philippines show high decency, morality, ethic and they welcome them. We must praise Philippines, you know, that great country that face so many problems of their own, social, economic but also natural disasters and yet they were the first from ASEAN to welcome them. I am very disappointed with the absolute lack of compassion and leadership shown by Australia in this regard. We know that Australia has to be prudent in managing the inflow of the refugees into Australia. Australia has been welcoming immigrants for generations but we are dealing with urgent situation. We are dealing with emergencies. We are dealing with hundreds of people with life at stakes. So you cannot just simply provide bribes to people smugglers to take back the victims, the rohingyas to Indonesia. This is absolutely unheard of, I never heard of any country that has done that. You know, pay money to the smugglers to take back to wherever they came from or to take them to another country. So hope that Australia, understanding the challenge that Australia faces, they have to find a regional solution and the Bali platform, the Bali process provides the forum to address the challenge but they have to proactive, they have to be generous and I agree solution has to be found in Myanmar. Myanmar has vast land, incredible resources, so Myanmar authority has live up to their responsibilities. They cannot dump these people on their neighbors. Countries like Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia are the ones on the front line managing the impact of the problems in Myanmar.    

   
Jose Belo: I am moving on to the other issue in regards to Australia and East Timor relationship. As far as we understood, there was a meeting to setting up a commission to negotiate with Australia on maritime boundary. What would you tell us about it?


JRH: Yesterday was just a formal inaugural meeting of the maritime commission which comprises is chaired by the Prime Minister himself and former Presidents of the republic, former prime ministers, or speakers of national parliament. Each of us has our own experience and knowledge, wisdom to share and on how we can advance our strategic interests. And what are our strategic interests? To resolve once and for all the maritime boundaries between us and Indonesia, between us and Australia. And that is normal, any coastal country, maritime country has the right to international recognized maritime boundary. The easiest would be for Australia to agree to the medium line between Australia and Indonesia because the argument on the continental shelves is outdated; it is not acceptable anywhere in the world. Only the old powers still want the continental shelves. It is acceptable when it doesn’t infringe upon another coastal state, like Portugal extending its exclusive economic zone its continental shelves because nothing else in front of Portugal, after Portugal you have United States, you have Canada, so you have the vast Atlantic ocean,  so it a metaphor Portugal to resolve that. But when you have coastal states facing you, the best simple is under international law, law of the sea, is a medium line. Australia has refused to honor the medium line principle as established in the law of the sea. However, Australia is a friend of Timor Leste, they have helped us a lot throughout the last 10 to 15 years, Australian people are being incredibly generous toward Timor Leste. Timor Leste and Australia share strategic interest in terms of maintaining peace and security in Timor Leste and the region. Timor Leste has contributed enormously internationally. So I believe it is possible for Canberra to rethink its policy, its strategy and sit down with us and agree on delimitation of our maritime boundry.


Jose Belo: But the Australian keep rejecting, what are you going to do to convince them to sit with you to negotiate this problem of maritime boundary?


JRH: I believe it is possible to reach an agreement with Australia that satisfied Timor Leste national interests, its legitimate rights and Australia’s interests. Diplomacy was invented precisely to resolve disputes, conflicts and differences between states, particularly friendly states and neighbors. The maritime commission in which I am a member is just a starting, we simply provide advice to the government and the government then instructs its negotiators to deal with it. But at the same time, each of us participating in the commission, we will share our ideas within the commission to see what we can do advance our interests. And our interests are very simple, very clear; we want a defined maritime boundary. The decision made in 2005 to postpone the delimitation of maritime boundary for a number of years presupposes in good faith negotiation and presupposes a fair deal and fair deal would have included the pipeline from the Greater Sunrise would come to Timor Leste. Not only that the CMAT and the arrangement on resources sharing on Greater Sunrise was in fair to Timor Leste but on top of it Australia wanted also the pipeline to go to Darwin or at least not to come to Timor Leste. So besides an arrangement of postponing maritime boundary, a revenue sharing agreement that is unfair to Timor Leste on top of it Australia wanted the pipeline to go to Darwin. This is what you call particularly in any language but particularly for the Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Saxon are known to be fair minded, what is fair in Anglo-Saxon culture, I wouldn’t say Australia is an anglo-saxon country because I pay tribute to the many millions of non anglo saxon who are there;  Italians, Lebanese, Maldives, Greeks, Portuguese and increasing number of Chinese. But Australia in general is a fair country and they should understand the interests, the rights of Timor Leste. So I believe it is possible to work out an agreement in due course. Our government has had contacts with Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and I believe that Australia will realize that it is unsustainable for Australia, for its credibility, it image, its good name to maintain this unfair situation.  


Jose Belo: You are going to finish your mission with the United Nations soon and already there is speculation that you are going to join PD or Democratic Party. Is that true?


JRH: No. I visited PD yesterday to pay tribute to Lasama and also to the leaders to encourage them, to tell them please unite. Lasama was a great leader founder of the party, RENETIL and they all have responsibility to honor his legacy and reorganize the party, more dynamic because democracy in Timor Leste needs PD. We shouldn’t have too many political parties but we shouldn’t have too few. So PD is a very important party of our democratic culture, democratic institutions. I am happy to help them but I am happy to help any political party by talking to them sharing my experience, advising them on politics, on strategies, on leadership issues etc. That’s all I can do, you know, I meet with all the political parties and I will be meeting with them. So I have no plans to join any political party in Timor Leste but I will assist in helping any party in terms of understanding democracy, understanding leadership and give them ideas how they can communicate better their own ideas to people etc, so that’s my interest.


Jose Belo: So even there are some talks within PD that they are going to nominate you to run for the leadership of PD because there is no body fit for the leadership of the party. What do you say about that?


JRH: Well they do have some good qualified people and I couldn’t mention name but I know few of them and they are good. They just need first unity, that whoever they choose everybody must be behind and then people like me, Xanana, we have obligation to encourage them to support because PD is already established, one of the parties that survived the 2012 election and I believe they will succeed more in 2017 if they rejuvenate, if they renew and they resolve leadership challenges.

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Tempo Semanal - Tuir komunikadu de imprensa ne’ebe simu husi Ministeriu Negosiu Estranjeiru Timor Leste iha loron 21/05/2015 informa katak Hernani Da Silva Coelho, Ministru Negósiu Estranjeiru no Koperasaun (MNEK) Timor-Leste, iha loron 19 Maiu 2015, hasoru malu ho Julie Bishop, Ministra Negosiu Estranjeiru (MNE) Australia, iha Canberra.

Sorumutu entre parte rua ne’e akontese durante vizita ofisial daruak Ministru Hernani Coelho nian, ne’ebe hahu iha loron 18 – 20 Maiu 2015. Molok ne’e, iha fulan Abril 2015, Ministru Hernani Coelho halao uluk ona vizita ofisial dahuluk ba Jakarta, Indonesia no tuir plano sei halao mos vizita ofisial datoluk ba Nova Zelandia iha loron 25 Maiu 2015.

Objetivu hosi sorumutu ho Ministra Negosiu Estranjeiru Australia, Julie Bishop, koalia konaba assuntu estratejiku entre nasaun rua ne’e, vizaun no aspirasaun Timor-Leste konaba kestoens rejionais.

“Hau nian enkontru ho Ministra Julie Bishop ne’e hanesan enkontru ofisial. Ami koalia konaba assuntu hirak ne’ebe sai hanesan interese estratejiku entre Timor-Leste ho Australia. Ami koalia konaba assuntu koperasaun ekonomika, koperasaun sosial-kultural no area edukasaun. Ami hare hikas fali buat sira ne’ebe mak Timor-Leste ho Australia halo ona hodi hare fali ba oin, saida mak ita bele halo. Ami aproveita mos oportunidade ida ne’e hodi atualiza Ministra Julie Bishop konaba situasaun politika, sosial, ekonomika no mos konaba vizaun no aspirasaun Timor-Leste nian iha kestoens rejionais, kestoens trans-rejionais no mos kestoens globais, liu-liu foka ba assuntu sira ne’ebe mak ita sei aborda ka koalia iha reuniaun sira ne’ebe mak sei akontese iha Assembleia Jeral Nasoens Unidas iha fulan Setembru, iha Nova Yorke,” katak Ministru Hernani Coelho.

Konaba kestaun delimitasaun fronteira entre Timor-Leste ho Australia, Ministru Hernani akresenta katak iha vizita refere, Timor-Leste iha oportunidade atu rona Australia nian preokupasaun no opiniaun sira konaba prosesu ne’ebe oras ne’e lao dadaun, hanesan prosesu arbitragem no prosesu negosiasaun konaba revizaun ne’ebe Timor-Leste hanoin atu halo relasiona ho akordu ne’ebe existe entre rai rua ne’e, ne’ebe, nudar konsekuensia ida hosi evolusaun eventu hirak ne’ebe mak akontese ona iha tinan hirak ne’e nian laran.

“Ministra Julie Bishop mos foti kestaun balun ne’ebe relasiona ho kestaun arbitragem ne’e rasik no mos proposta balun ne’ebe maka Australia hato ba Timor hanesan apoiu ba area patrulha maritima ninian, iha mos area ne’ebe relasiona ho kontratu ke ita halo ho kompania sira ne’ebe mak halo explorasaun iha ita nian Tasi Timor no mos hare konaba assuntu sira ne’ebe iha relasaun ho akordu Koperasaun Trilateral ne’ebe oras ne’e sei iha prosesu nian laran entre Timor-Leste, Norte Australia no mos ho parte Oriental hosi Indonezia ninian,” dehan Ministru Hernani Coelho.

Relasiona ho assuntu hirak ne’e, Ministru Hernani Coelho hatutan “ita hateten ba Ministra katak los duni ita iha diferensa iha buat balun ke presijamente ita hanoin la hanesan, maibe ba ita, importante katak Australia ita nian rai vizinhu ida, ita hanesan belun, iha diferensia ne’e buat ida ke normal maibe presija tau diferensa sira ne’e iha meza para ita koalia, diskute hodi hetan dalan klaran hodi responde ba ita nian preokupasaun ne’ebe bele satisfas ba ita nian nessesidade no mos bele estabelese baze ida ke diak liu tan ba ita nian relasaun ba futuru nian. Ita mos hato ba Ministra dehan katak ita Timor cautious, conscious, realistic but pragmatic iha ita nian aprosimasaun ba buat sira ne’ebe mak oras ne’e halao hela dadaun iha prosesu entre Timor-Leste ho Australia.  Australia agradese ita nian nakloke no seriedade ba kestaun sira ne’e no mos ita nian honestidade iha ita nian pozisionamentu iha kestaun sira ne’ebe ita iha.” 

Timor-Leste mos hato’o ba Australia iha enkontru ofisial ne’e katak Timor-Leste konsidera assuntu delimitasaun fronteira ne’e importante teb-tebes, tamba ne’e mak Governu Timor-Leste estabelese ona Konselhu Delimitasaun Definitiva ba Fronteira Maritima. Iha oportunidade ne’e, Ministru Hernani explika mos konaba importansia hosi estabelesimentu konselhu ne’e, ninian mekanismu servisu, pozisaun iha futuru, no preparasaun saida deit mak sei halo ba assuntu ne’ebe konsidera hanesan assuntu importante ba rai rua ne’e hotu.

Iha vizita ofisial ne’e, Ministru Hernani Coelho hamutuk ho komitiva hasoru malu mos ho Ministru Defesa Australia, Kevin Andrews, hodi koalia konaba koperasaun entre Timor-Leste ho Australia iha area Defesa nian.

“Iha enkontru ne’e, ami hanesan halo revizaun jeral ida konaba atividade hirak ne’ebe iha, konaba evolusaun koperasaun ne’e nian hodi hare ba oin saida mak Australia ho Timor-Leste bele halo hodi servisu hamutuk atu nune’e bele responde ba nessesidade rai rua ne’e nian no mos responde ba potensialidade hirak ne’ebe bele mosu iha regiaun. Potensialidade ne’e bele mosu iha aspetu rua. Ida mak ameasa no ida seluk mak oportunidade atu bele servisu hamutuk hodi dezenvolve, mantein no amplia ita nian atuasaun iha rejiaun liu-liu iha aspetu ne’ebe relasiona ho krime transnasionais, peska illegal no trafiku humanu,” dehan Hernani Coelho.

Entretantu durante vizita ofisial loron tolu iha Australia, Ministru Hernani Coelho hasoru malu mos ho entidade oin-oin hanesan Dekanu Korpu Diplomatiku iha Canberra, Embaixador Pedro Villagra Delgado, grupu solidariedade ba Timor-Leste (The Canberra Friends of Dili) hamutuk ho estudante no komunidade Timorense iha Canberra, Embaixador Portugal no Reprezentante Brasil iha Canberra, Embaixador sira hosi rai ASEAN no Pasifik, Embaixador Kosovo, Sabri Kiqmari, no Prezidente Nasional Veteranu Australia nian, Admiral Ken Doolan. 

Hafoin remata vizita iha Canberra, Ministru Negosiu Estranjeiru no Koperasaun Timor-Leste, Hernani da Silva Coelho, hamutuk ho komitiva kontinua halao viagem ba Darwin iha loron 20 Maiu 2015, hodi halao sorumutu ho Xefe Ministru Territoriu Norte Australia (Australian Northern Territory), Adam Graham Giles no Ministru Assuntu Multikultural Territoriu Norte, Peter Styles. Iha sorumutu ho Xefe Ministru Territoriu Norte, parte rua diskute konaba koperasaun teknika iha area ekonomia, liu-liu ba iha oportunidades investimentu no komersiu entre Timor-Leste ho Territoriu Norte Australia.

Vizita ofisial Ministru Hernani Coelho iha Australia hakotu ho ninian partisipasaun iha seremonia selebrasaun restaurasaun independensia RDTL, iha uma fukun Parlamentu Norte Territoriu no misa hamutuk ho komunidade Timorense hodi hanoin hikas tinan 13 ukun rasik an nian.  

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Dili, Tempo Semanal - Kepala Fungsi Politik Kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia untuk Timor-Leste menyatakan bahwa pihak Pemerintahan sudah mengusulkan kepada Pemerintah Republik Demokratik Timor-Leste untuk memulai perundingan tentang batas kelautan antara kedua Negara.
“Kami sudah mengusulkan”, kata Djatmiko, Kepala Fungsi Politik kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia di Dili kepada Tempo Semanal.


Kepala Fungsi Politik Kedubes RI di Dili itu menekankan bahwa pihaknya sedang menindaklanjuti keseriusan Pemerintahan President Joko Widodo untuk menyelesaikan masalah perbatasan kelautan dengan semua negara yang bertetangga langsung dengan wilayah Laut Indonesia termasuk perbatasan kelautan Republik Indonesia dengan Republik Demokratik Timor-Leste.


“Kami sudah pernah mengusulkan tetapi dari pihak Timor-Leste sendiri belum memberikan tanggapan secara pasti. Kami sudah mengirim nota juga, agar nantinya dalam Joint Border Committee  (JBC) itu ada satu sesi tersendiri untuk membahas mengenai awal perbatasan laut, akan tapi pihak Timor-Leste belum memberikan respons atau belum memberi tanggapan”, ungkap Djatmiko.


Lebih lanjut beliau menerangkan bahwa, “memang kita sejak JBC tahun lalu itu memang sudah meminta paling tidak itu sudah mulai di bicarakan dalam JBC nanti waulaupun belun membahas secara detail.”


Timor-Leste memiliki batas laut dengan dua Negara yaitu bagian utara dan sebagian kecil di wilaya Timur dan barat selatan perbatasan langsung dengan Perairan Indonesia dan bagian selatan Timor-Leste berbagai perbatasan laut dengan Australia. Namun dalam hal Perundingkan Perbatasan Laut baru pihak Jakarta sudah mengirim nota ke Dili untuk melalukan perundingan tentang batas wilayah kelautan antara kedua Negara.


 “Semua perbatasan itu prioritas pak Jokowi supaya diselesaikan perbatasan darat maupun laut”, Kepala Fungsi Politik Kedus RI di Dili, menegaskan.
 “Saya kira semua wilayah perbatasan laut akan di bahas”.


Semenjak Timor-Leste memisahkan diri dari Indonesia lewat referendum pada 30 Agustus 1999, kedua Negara sudah menyelesaikan sebagian besar perbatasan darat dan yang tersisa hanya dua segmen di enclave Oekuse dan Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT). Namun kedua Negara belum membahas perbatasan Laut sehinga pada pertemuan perdana antara Duta Besar (Dubes) RI untuk Timor-Leste di Dili, Primanto Hendrasmoro dengan Perdana Menteri Baru Timor-Leste, DR. Rui Maria de Araujo juga sempat menyinggun masalah perundingan batas kelautan.


“Saya juga melaporkan beberapa berkembangan baru termasuk bagaimana kita berusaha agar dua segmen perbatasan darat itu bisa terselesaikan dan bagaimana kita bisa memulai membahas juga atau merundingkan mengenai batas wilayah laut (Maritime Border)”, kata Dubes RI, Primanto Hendrasmoro  kepada wartawan setelah pertemuannya dengan Perdana Menteri Rui Maria de Araujo di gedung Pemerintahan di Dili, baru-baru ini.


Sebelumnya dalam wawancara esklusif dengan Tempo Semanal di Dili, Dubes Primanto menyampaikan bahwa pihaknya sudah mulai melakukan pertukaran pikiran mengenai Indonesia yang merupakan Negara kepulauan. Sebagai Negara Kepulaun juga ada prinsip-prinsip tertentu harus di pakai di negara kepulauan yang atur di dalam konverensi Perserikatan Bangsa Bangsa mengenai hukum laut tentang bagaimana menarik garis batas dan sebagainya. Hal ini juga sudah di pikirkan supaya pada saat perundingan di mulai setidaknya sudah ada sebuah kesamaan persepsi.


“Sebenarnya sudah ada kesepakatan pada putaran JBC sebelumnya untuk memulai satu penjajakan untuk merundingkan batas maritim. Kita belum sampai pada sebuah perundingan yang betul-betul tetapi sebenarnya bertukaran pikiran mengenai berbatasan maritime sudah di lakukan.” Dubes primanto mengatakan dalam wawancara esklusif yang di terbitkan oleh Tempo Semanal baru-baru ini.


“Saya kira ini juga, perbatasan laut tantangannya akan lebih besar. Kita ingin membangun sebuah pendekatan baru untuk mulai merundingkan perbatasan laut”, kata Dubes RI kepada Wartawan Tempo Semanal.


Di samping itu menurut Primanto bahwa pihaknya dan phiak Timor-Leste sekarang ini ingin iuga mengembangkan apa yang sesuai dengan kesepakatan peraturan mengenai pelintasan batas, itukan seperti kita ketahui selain upaya untuk menyelesaikan garis batas itu, juga di kembangkan hubungan interaksi antara masyarakat perbatasan, antara lain membangun sebuah rezim pelintasan batas yang legal dan damai untuk menumbuhkan hubungan-hubungan sosial dan ekonomi.


Terkait dengan kelautan, sekarang kita berpikir selain membukakan sembilan pintu titik pelintas batas yang ada di darat itu, kita juga sekarang berpikir mencoba karena itu satu hal yang baik juga mengembangkan titik pelintasan yang di laut. Misalnya antara pulau Alor dengan Timor-Leste. Jadi mereka yang tinggal beberapa kecamatan di pulau Alor bisa melintas kesini.


Pemerintahan RI sangat serius untuk memulai perundingan dengan Timor-Leste sehingga masalah perundingan batas laut antara kedua negara juga akan dibicakan dengan Menteri Luar Negeri Timor-Leste, Hernani Coelho apabila berkunjung ke Jakarta untuk menghadiri Konferensi Asia Afrika nanti.
 “Rencananya Menteri Luar Negeri Timor-Leste akan berkunjung ke Jakarta dalam rangka menghadiri Konferensi Asia Afrika nanti akan di bicarakan juga karena kita usulkan agar di singgung juga masalah tersebut”, kata Djatmiko.


Disisi lain Perdana Menteri Timor-Leste Rui Maria de Araujo dalam pidato perdana saat pelantikan dirinya sudah mengungkapkan prioritas yang sama untuk menyelesaikan perbatasan laut dengan Indonesia dan Australia.

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Dili, Timor-Leste - Ofisiál Tékniku Munisípiu (OTM) husi Munisípiu 12 hetan formasaun hosi peritus hosi Diresaun Nasionál Servisu Água (DNSA) no hosi Programa BESIK (Bee, Saneamentu no Ijiene iha Komunidade) atu nune’e MTOS sira bele suporta komunidade rurais hetan sistema bee ne’ebé sustentavel liu.

 

OTM mak pesoál prinsipál Departamentu Abastesimentu Água (DAA) nian ne’ebé responsavel ba halo planeamentu, dezeña, no superviziona konstrusaun sistema bee iha kada munisípiu atu nune’e komunidade rurál sira fasil asesu ba sistema bee moos ne’ebé sustentavel ne’ebé dezeña tuir standar nasionál.

 

Ami nu’udar tékniku planeamentu ba Departamentu Abastesimentu Água Munisípiu nian importante tebes atu hetan tan koñesimentu kona-ba tékniku nian liu-liu kona-ba oinsá atu halo dezeñu ba sistema bee ida”, hatete OTM Manatuto Matias Soares. “Formasaun ida ne’e di’ak tebes, tanba haree ba kestaun hotu ne’ebé relasiona ba ami nia servisu, partes importante hotu kona-ba ami nia servisu kuaze ko’alia hotu iha formasaun ne’e”.

 

Formasaun ba servisu tékniku OTM nian, inklui kalibrasaun nível, utiliza programa komputadór EPANET ho Autocad, utiliza no halo kalibrasaun ba GPS, no programa tékniku seluk tan ne’ebé sei ajuda OTM sira servi di’ak liu tan komunidade rural sira iha munisipiu 12 nia laran.

 

Formasaun ba OTM hanesan prosesu kontinuasaun dezenvolvimentu kapasidade ne’ebé suporta husi BESIK hodi bele hasa’e kapasidade funsionáriu DNSA nian. Formasaun ida ne’e hala’o tanba pedidu mai husi OTM sira iha tinan kotuk (2014), husu atu hala’o tan formasaun adisionál iha área ne’ebé OTM sira sente presiza halo tan formasaun”, hatete BESIK nia Asesór ba Servisu Água, Olivier Gaucher.

 

DNSA, hosi Direcção Geral Agua e Saneamento (DGAS), Ministériu Obras Publicas Transporte e Comunicações (MOPTC) no Programa BESIK ho fundus hosi Australia, hala’o formasaun ba OTM sira ne’e iha loron 25 to’o 27 Fevereiru 2015 iha Dili.

 

Formasaun dahuluk ba OTM sira hala’o durante fulan 8 iha tinan 2008 wainhira sira foin hahú servisu. BESIK mak fó formasaun ba sira kona-ba koñesimentu báziku servisu OTM nian ne’ebé bele ajuda sira hodi hahú halo sira nia servisu. Durante ne’e peritu sira DGAS no BESIK fo nafatin mentor ba servisu OTM sira nian iha munisipiu.

 

Hasa’e kapasidade OTM hanesan mós hasa’e kualidade infraestrutura fornesimentu bee ne’ebé harii ona iha Timor-Leste, ne’ebé bele mellora moris timoroan nian liu husi fornese asesu ba bee ba tempu naruk. Maski nune’e, sistema bee ne’ebé harii ona presiza tau matan nafatin, se lae sei aat fali no osan ne’ebé governu investe saugati de’it. Tanba ne’e, sistema Operasaun no Manutensaun (O&M) ne’ebé adekuadu mak importante tebes hodi asegura sustentabilidade sistema bee tuan no foun ne’ebé mak harii. BESIK no DNSA agora daudaun servisu hela kona-ba modelu O&M ne’ebé bele asegura ba tempu naruk”, kontinua Asesór Gaucher.

 

Formasaun ida ne’e sai mós hanesan oportunidade ba OTM sira husi munisípiu diferente atu fahe ideia ba malu kona-ba sira nia esperiénsia, diskute kona-ba solusaun, fahe mós ba malu lisaun ne’ebé sira aprende husi sira nia servisu no sira nia interasaun ho komunidade no kontratór sira.

 

Formasaun adisionál ba OTM sira sei halo fulan tolu dala ida, ne’ebé sei fasilita husi BESIK no DNSA. Formasaun tuir mai sei hala’o iha semana ikus fulan Abríl 2015.

 

BESIK (Bee, Saneamentu no Ijiene iha Komunidade) mak Governu Australian nia programa ho fundus atu hadi’ak saúde no kualidade moris ema nian moris iha área rural iha Timor-Leste laran. Programa ne’e suporta Governu Timor-Leste nia progressu atu atinji metas Objetivus Dezenvolvimentu Mileniu atu komunidade rural sira hetan asesu sustentavel no ho ekuidade kona ba abastesimentu bee, hadi’ak saneamentu no ijiene. BESIK servisu besik liu Ministerio Obras Publikas no Ministerio Saude no mos ho ministerio no parseiru-setor (ajensia internasional, organizasasun naun-governamental (ONG), sentrus formasaun) no mos ho setor privado. Faze agora ne’e hahu iha Setembru 2012; no faze uluk implementa hosi 2007-2012. 

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Aileu, Tempo Semanal - Dezenvolvimentu área agrikula iha pais ne’e la’o neineik maibe foo hakat hakat balun ba oin hodi incentiva no motiva agricultores sira iha distritus, Ministeriu  Agrikultura  e Peskas (MAP), servisu hamutuk ho programa Seeds of life  ne’ebe hetan apoiu maximu husi nasaun belun Australia, halao sosializasaun ba povu to’os no natar nain, liders komunitarios, extensionista sira  relasiona ba sistema fini nasionál ba variedade.

 

“Importante liu maka oinsa ita estabelese sistema fni nivel Distrito nian  atu nune’e ita bele hatene katak habarak fini produs iha distrito  hira?  komunidade agrikultura sira ne’ebe  produs fini  sira ne’e hira? Para ita hatene katak kuantidade fini hira maka produs bele distribui iha distrito laran,” Manager Fini ba Moris,  John Dalton hateten liu husi seminario durante loron ida nebe maka halao iha Salaun Timor Klaran, Distritu AileuKinta (7/8/2014) kotuk ne’e.

 

Publika iha Aileu

Australia Government used taxed payer money to support the most corrupted ministry in East Timor Government. According to a press release from Australian Embassy in Dili said the Australian Government provide some up to AUD 17 Million.

 

“The Minister of Finance, Ms Emilia Pires, and the Australian Ambassador to Timor-Leste, Mr Peter Doyle, on Friday 6 June signed an agreement through which the Australian Government will provide up to AUD 17 million (USD 15.9 million) over four years to support the Ministry of Finance to strengthen public financial management in TimorLeste,” said in the press release from Australian Embassy.

 

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SASIN ‘K’

By Loriku Lian-Lulik

‘Lalais! Hau rona emar ida hakat mai. O liga lalais fiu ne’e iha didin-lolon, depois liga diretamente ba paralelu kik ne’e. Ita bele reboka simenti mahar utuan’. K dehan, se bele pinta liutan para halo mahar. Paralelu hirak kedas mak ita atu monta? Salaun ida ne’e, bot los. Se sira muda ba-mai sira nia kadeira no meza mai iha kantu ida ne’e, ita la rona ona. Fuck! do it quick! K hakilar, maibe lian la sai, iha kakorok talin deit, tanba siguransa sivíl sira balun lao ba-mai hela iha koridor. 

K hateten ba nia kolega nain tolu katak sira iha misaun importante ida husi nasaun Kanguru. Misaun ne’e mak atu buka informasaun ho dalan saida deit konaba nasaun Lafaek nia pozisaun ba mina no gas iha iha tasi klaran, hanaran ‘Timor Gap’. 

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Perth, Tempo Semanal - Primeiru Ministru, Jose Alexandre Kay Rala Xanana Gusmao partisipa iha han kalan (04/04) hamutuk ho Forsa SAS Australia(Special Air Service) sira. Iha Jantar ne’ebe organiza atu buka fundus, hodi tulun viuvas husi vitima membru SAS sira nian maka susar ka mate iha misaun ruma ninia laran ne’e, Primeiru Ministru Timor-Leste mos fo ninia liman etun.

 

Jantar ida ne’e hanesan parte ida husi husi SAS Resources Fund Charity Dunner ho guest Speaker maka Primeiru Ministru Timor-Leste.

 

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