JAKARTA – Recently the Indonesian people and government were shocked by the actions of Chinese ships that had violated the exclusive economic zone in the Natuna Waters. The general chairman of the Nusantara Political Students Association (Hasa Polnus), Ibrahim Malik Fatsey (IMF), gave a firm response so that the government would not forgive foreign ships that violated national and international rules so that there were red laws.
“The government does not forgive, so there is a reddish law, China has violated the agreement and international law that was agreed in UNQLOS 1982” Fatsey explained via WhatsApp on Friday (01/01/2019)
According to him, foreign ships could not be separated also China-owned ships often break through national borders and try to take profits. Even though China knows that the ZEE Executive Zone rules have been agreed and established by international law through UNQLOS 1982.
“This is a bad habit that must be acted firmly by the Indonesian government, so as not to be indiscriminate and consider Indonesia weak in terms of monitoring the country’s border regions”
he explained Furthermore, he reminded the relevant ministries, that sea security agencies and to be even tighter guarding and overseeing the boundaries of Indonesian waters, not only in Natuna waters. But also in other waters.
“Indonesia is wider than the plain of the sea, so we hope the government and relevant ministries to further enhance the fleet of guard and supervision in every boundary of Indonesian waters, so that the boundaries of our country’s territorial waters are not infiltrated by ships from foreign countries. “The lid