250 UPNVJ Students Attend Public Lecture by TNI General (Purn) Moeldoko


Public Relations UPNVJ - In order to improve education and develop Indonesian Human Resources (HR), the National Development University "Veteran" Jakarta (UPNVJ) held a public lecture featuring the Chief of Presidential Staff, General TNI (Ret.) Dr. H. Moeldoko, M.Si with the theme Higher Education Commitment to Realizing the Vision of Golden Indonesia 2045.

The high enthusiasm of UPNVJ students can be seen from the number of attendance that exceeds the target. Previously, it was estimated that there would be 220 students, but in fact the number reached 250.


"The presence of a very authoritative figure in giving a view on the future of this nation marks an important moment. This public lecture discusses the importance of preparing quality human resources who are committed to the country," said Anter Venus, Chancellor of UPNVJ in his speech at the Bhinneka Tunggal Auditorium. Ika, on Thursday (14/3/24).

On this special occasion, TNI General (Ret.) Moeldoko explained that managing a country the size of Indonesia is not easy and is faced with various complex challenges. He highlighted the rapid changes in the world, which were especially visible in the impact of COVID-19 and global geopolitical conflicts such as the Russia-Ukraine war and the Palestine-Israel conflict that affected Indonesia.

"In facing this challenge, improving the quality of human resources is the main key. Indonesia needs to focus on infrastructure development, simplifying regulations and bureaucracy, as well as economic transformation towards a green economy," explained KSP Moeldoko.


This public lecture is also two-way, where students can freely ask questions about the topic of discussion. In the question and answer session, KSP Moeldoko answered various questions related to government policy, nationalism and investment issues.

He emphasized the importance of reducing motor vehicle emissions by encouraging the industrialization of electric vehicles. Not only that, he also discussed the importance of understanding indicators of foreign investors' interest in Indonesia, as well as explaining to the audience present the regulations regarding foreign workers working in Indonesia.

KSP Moeldoko emphasized that the younger generation is not the heir, but the determinant of the future. Indonesia's future depends on the enthusiasm, creativity and leadership of the young generation.



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