**Southeast Asian Foreign Ministers Unite for Strategy Formation**
Foreign ministers from Southeast Asia have come together to prepare a strategy for their respective countries. This effort strives to address the multitude of issues and challenges faced by the region.
The ministers discussed unprecedented economies and public health in the area from natural disasters. They determined the need for government to cooperate more and share data on these matters. The ministers also addressed more sensitive subjects like human rights and democracy.
The ministers unanimously concluded that the strengthening of regional cooperation is the topmost priority. The regional forces should pull together to offer collective assistance. “The regional forces should pull together. We should try to move forward quickly in this process,” said a foreign minister.
The ministers observed that the aforementioned crisis can be seen as a chance to bring the region closer. They committed to provide an opportunity to build a regional governance model that will enable collective response to regional problems.
The ministers pointed out that while this strategy formation was essential, much will depend on the implementation of such decisions. The collective response of the region stands to make a huge difference in the betterment of the region.