Who is the CEO of ASEAN?

Who is the CEO of ASEAN?

Secretary-General of ASEAN

Secretary-General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Incumbent Lim Jock Hoi since 1 January 2018
Style His Excellency
Residence ASEAN Secretariat
Seat Jakarta, Indonesia

Where is Dato Lim Jock Hoi from?

Dato’ Paduka Lim Jock Hoi (simplified Chinese: 林玉辉; traditional Chinese: 林玉輝; pinyin: Lín Yùhuī) is a Bruneian government and the only Buddhist official and the current Secretary-General of ASEAN….

Lim Jock Hoi
Born Lim Jock Hoi December 5, 1951 Brunei
Nationality Bruneian
Spouse(s) Datin Chan Chin Ming
Children 2 sons

Who is Lim Jock Hui?

Dato Lim Jock Hoi was the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Brunei Darussalam since 2006. During his tenure, he served as Brunei Darussalams Senior Official for the ASEAN Economic Community Pillar (SEOM), APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) and the ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting).

What is the name of ASEAN new secretary and where does he come from?

JAKARTA, 5 January 2018 – The ASEAN Secretariat officiated the transfer of office of the 14th Secretary-General of ASEAN at a handover ceremony held this morning in Jakarta. Dato Lim Jock Hoi from Brunei Darussalam succeeded outgoing Secretary-General Le Luong Minh and will serve for the period of 2018-2022.

What is the Asean motto?

“ One Vision, One Identity, One Community ”

Do India is a member of ASEAN?

India also became a member of the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) in 1996. India and ASEAN have been holding summit-level meetings on an annual basis since 2002.

Why is India not included in ASEAN?

On one level, India’s RCEP departure appreciably diminished the centrality of ASEAN to provide robust leadership in governing the regional affairs of Southeast Asia in particular, and the Indo-Pacific in general. Despite rounds of direct negotiations, ASEAN was unable to convince India to join the deal.

Which country will Chair ASEAN in 2023?

ASEAN needs to develop together to become a cohesive, highly competitive, connected, resilient, and globalized region. In this regard, Indonesia needs to initiate new ideas for developing and strengthening regional cooperation, especially in the the context of preparing Indonesia’s role as ASEAN Chair in 2023.