medcom.id, Jakarta: The Sixth Bali Process Forum officially opened with Senior Officials' Meeting. The meeting will discuss solutions to tackle the issue of irregular movements.
The Indonesian Foreign Ministry's director general of multilateral Hasan Kleib welcome the delegates of the Sixth Bali Process on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crimes in Nusa Dua, Bali.
"Bali process is officialy opened. Welcome to Bali," said Hasan at Bali International Convention Center (BICC), Tuesday (3/22/2016).
Hasan said the meeting would try to produce the most effective solutions. "We will prepare for the ministerial conference tomorrow," he added.
"We want Bali Process to focus on recent situation in our region. We hope for your support," he continued.
The Bali Process would produce two outcomes which would reaffirm commitment of the member countries on human trafficking and people smuggling issue.
The meeting is held in Nusa Dua, Bali for two days on March 22-23 comprising of Senior Officials' Meeting in the first day and ministerial conference in the second day.
The forum is regular international agenda that has been held since 2002. The Sixth Bali Process attended by 47 countries and three international organizations.