Ambalat Border Dispute Ignored for Joint Indonesia/Malaysia Exploration Efforts


Ah, diving, oil and border disputes. When is the movie coming out?

Dateline 2013-06-17:

 Indonesia’s Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has set aside an ongoing territorial dispute over the oil-rich Ambalat waters and teamed up with Malaysia to conduct geological explorations in the Borneo border area of Nunukan.

The new partnership was established by both governments in an aid to better manage the massive potential of natural resources in the border area that could be developed and utilized for the betterment of the people in both countries.

Parts of the program are managed by Indonesia’s National Border Management Agency (BNPP).

 

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