Pertemuan I Kepala Otoritas Regulatori Obat Negara Anggota OKI, Hasilkan Deklarasi Jakarta
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Pertemuan I Kepala Otoritas Regulatori Obat Negara Anggota OKI, Hasilkan Deklarasi Jakarta
Kepala BPOM RI., Menutup Pertemuan I Kepala Otoritas Regulatori Obat Negara Anggota OKI, 22 November 2018.

JamuDigital.Com. Kepala BPOM RI., Penny Kusumastuti Lukito menutup Pertemuan Pertama Kepala Otoritas Regulatori Obat Negara Anggota OKI di Jakarta, pada 22 November 2018. Pada pertemuan yang startegis ini, telah menghasilkan kesepakatan Deklarasi Jakarta, sebagai komitmen regulator obat negara anggota OKI untuk memperkuat kolaborasi menuju kemandirian dibidang obat-obatan dan vaksin.

Hal itu dimaksudkan untuk mencapai pembangunan manusia yang berkelanjutan dan komprehensif, serta kesejahteraan ekonomi di Negara-negara Anggota. Secara khusus Kepala BPOM RI. mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua delegasi terhormat atas kontribusi positif dan konstruktif selama pertemuan.

Tujuan ini berhasil dicapai atas dukungan tidak hanya dari negara anggota, tetapi juga Sekretariat Jenderal OKI, organisasi internasional, lembaga pendanaan, termasuk Bank Pembangunan Islam dan industri farmasi. Harapan kedepan akan dilakukan pertemuan II Kepala NMRA di negara OKI lainnya.

Berikut ini, naskah lengkap Closing Remark Kepala Badan POM:

Closing Remarks By: H.E. Dr. Ir. Penny K. Lukito, Mcp Chairperson Of The National Agency For Drugs And Food Control Of The Republic Of Indonesia.

The First Meeting Of The Heads Of National Medicines Regulatory Authorities From The Oic Member States. Jakarta, Indonesia, 22 November 2018.

  • His Excellency, Ambassador Muhammad Naeem Khan, the OIC Assistant-Secretary General for Science of Technology,
  • His Excellency, Mr. Febrian Ruddyard, the Director-General of Multilateral Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia,
  • Excellencies, Ambassadors from the Member States of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation,
  • Excellencies, Heads of Delegations from the OIC National Medicines Regulatory Authorities,
  • Distinguished Delegates from the various International Organizations and OIC Units,
  • Ladies and Gentlemen,

By the Benevolent Grace of Allah Subhaanahu wa Ta’ala, we have now come to the end of our working sessions’ deliberation.

For the past two days, we have engaged in deep and thoughtful discussions on matters pertinent to the Agenda, Programme of Work, and the Outcomes for our First Meeting.

I am truly heartened and delighted to witness your constructive vigor and flexibility, and also equally touched by your strong support toward the successful conclusion of our important endeavor.

Without which, this First Meeting of the Heads of National Medicines Regulatory Authorities amongst the Islamic countries, wouldn’t have been a success.

For that, I wish to sincerely thank all distinguished delegates for their positive and constructive contributions.

Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates,
Recalling the various challenges which still persist in many of the Islamic countries, such as the poor health situations due to extreme poverty and humanitarian crisis as well as emergencies caused by conflicts and violence, we cannot, let me repeat we - the OIC NMRAs cannot afford to become complacent.

The burden of diseases, lack of access of assured quality and safe medicines due to insufficient or no manufacturing capacities in the pharmaceutical industries, coupled with inefficient systems for quality assurance and surveillance, have increased public health risks in many developing countries, including several OIC countries.

During our deliberations, we have discussed the roles and contributions that the medicines regulators in the Islamic world may offer in advancing the collaborations towards promoting self-reliance in production and supply of medicines and vaccines as well as supporting access to affordable medicines and vaccines of assured quality, safety and efficacy.

We have also deliberated on how best we can move forward with action-oriented plans to sustain and maintain the good momentum that we have created through this Meeting.

I would like to sincerely thank the delegations who have put forward their inputs and feedbacks on the two draft outcome documents which we have just adopted. I am personally privileged to have listened to your valuable insights and comments thereto.

I therefore welcome the adoption of the drafts Outcome Documents, which consist of the following:

First, the Draft Jakarta Declaration, initiated by Indonesia, containing our commitments as the OIC national medicines regulators to strengthen collaboration towards self-reliance in medicines and vaccine to achieve sustainable and comprehensive human development and economic well-being within the Member States.

This ultimate goal will be successfully achieved through the supports not only from the Member States but also the OIC General Secretariat, international organizations, the funding agencies including the Islamic Development Bank and pharmaceutical industries.

Second, the Draft Plan of Actions, affirming our strong resolve to work together to find common solutions to achieve the goals of self-reliance of medicines and vaccines, among others through;

  • The creation of a Steering Committee of the OIC NMRAs with the objective to, inter alia, ensuring/maintaining the work and network of the Forum;
  • The provisions and development of capacity buildings → to support the strengthening of regulatory functions of member states whose systems will benefit from countries with more established regulatory authorities, through;
    → trainings and exchange of regulatory experts;
    → establishing a database/pool of experts within the member states. To this end, I am encouraged with the idea of creating an OIC online platform to facilitate the provision of capacity building needs amongst the OIC NMRAs and;
  • Creating effective systems for combating substandard and falsified medicines aimed, including through exploring the possibility of establishing an OIC legal framework.

Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates,
Indeed, our efforts to help countries in the Muslim world that still need assistance must always be guided by the spirit and teaching of Islam. As stipulated in Surah Al-Ma’ida 2, God the Almighty calls us the believers to help each other to goodness and heedfulness.

Therefore, countries with more developed and whose regulatory systems are stronger and more established should help and assist those countries whose systems are still weak and in need of assistance.

We, the regulators in the Islamic countries have gathered here to help and support one another.
I believe our Meeting for the past two days have achieved the goal that resonated in the global commitment to achieve Goal 3 of the Sustainable Development, namely to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages.

Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates,
I am indeed grateful for your support, and wish to convey Indonesia’s readiness to cooperate with all NMRAs of the OIC Member States to support the implementation of both important outcome documents.

I am also particularly optimistic that the two Outcome Documents adopted by this very First Meeting will be supported by the Islamic Council of Health Ministers.

Let me also underscore the historic importance of the Jakarta Declaration and Plan of Actions. They represent the continued resolve, unity and solidarity amongst the National Medicines Regulatory authorities within the Islamic world toward the continuous development of health, social and economic well-being.

Your Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates,
Allow me to reiterate that your presence and participation are indeed instrumental in advancing the spirit of collaborations for the unity and solidarity of the Islamic Ummah.

The success of the Meeting must therefore be attributed to all distinguished delegations’ active participations and contributions to the discussion on the agenda at hand, which I once again wish to thank you.

Let me also take this opportunity to pay homage to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, the OIC Secretary General and all his team, including Ambassador Naeem Khan - the OIC Assistant-Secretary-General for Science and Technology, all the speakers from the OIC countries and international organizations such as the WHO, UNICEF, IDB as well as the OIC Units, namely SESRIC and SIMIC.

This Meeting which was also preceded by various side events by bringing together both regulators and pharmaceutical industries, have made our efforts more substantial and relevant.

I am looking forward to meeting you again in the 2nd Meeting of Heads of NMRA that will be decided later on. I have the full confidence in the next country hosting this Meeting which will have my country’s steadfast support.

With that in mind, I declare the First Meeting of the OIC NMRAs officially closed. May Allah Subhaanahu wa Ta’ala bless us all. Thank you. Redaksi JamuDigital.Com

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