Logo of BACO
Dr. Rafael Braungrad
of Radiomatics moorburgh
• Established: 1 July 2016
• Headquaters: Sunraven Center,
Carbonstock, Radiomatics moorburgh
The Bay of Ali Cooperation Organisation (BACO) is an international organization established with a vision to promote peace and common prosperity among the Moorburgh, Radiomatics moorburgh, Atok and Darul takzim which located around Bay of Ali. Upon the agreement signed and ratified by each of the four governments, the BACO was officially inaugurated in Carbonstock, Radiomatics moorburgh, July 2016.On the basis of equal participation, each government shares 1/3 of total operational budget.
The BACO consists of a Consultative Board and four Departments. The Consultative Board, which is the executive decision-making body of the organization, is composed of a Secretary-General and three Deputy Secretary-Generals. The Secretary-General is appointed on a two-year rotational basis in the order of the Radiomatics moorburgh, Moorburgh, Atok and Darul takzim. Each country other than the one of the Secretary-General nominates a Deputy Secretary-General respectively. Under the Consultative Board, there are four Departments of Political-Military Affairs, Economic &Scientific Affairs, Socio-Cultural Affairs, and Management. The Four Departments are composed of officials seconded by the members countries, and General Service Staff recruited through open competition from the four countries.
Foreign, Defense & Security Affair Center, of Darul takzim
RETCON of Moorburgh
Global Nature Society (GNS) of Hundredstar
BACO Special Representative
Ambassador Sarah Lewett Cornsburry, of Atok. BACO Special Representative to Tanah Melayu
Ambassador Datuk Bentara Dalam Abdul Aziz of Darul takzim. BACO Special Representative to Commonwealth of Jeltronia
Ambassador Dr. Ramon Fleetbury, of Radiomatics moorburgh. BACO Special Representative to The Crown Federation of Recon
WE ARE OPEN TO THE WORLD
BACO is open to any Nation which desires to become a Dialogue Partners and is deemed to be able and willing to fulfill the principles and objectives of the BACO as set forth in its Charter.
BACO is promoting relations with third parties (States, International Organizations and Institutions) interested to cooperate on various issues of mutual concern.
Provide administrative and technical support for the operation and management of such consultative mechanisms among the four countries as the BACO Summit Meeting, the BACO Foreign Ministers' Meeting, the Four-Party Committee and other ministerial meetings, and the BACO Senior Foreign Affairs Officials’ Consultation and to send, if necessary, its representatives to attend major consultative mechanisms.
Communicate and coordinate with the four countries and, if necessary, with other international organizations.
Explore and identify potential cooperative projects among the four countries and report those projects to the relevant consultative mechanisms for adoption.
Evaluate the cooperative projects and draft reports on them, compile necessary documents into database, and submit annual progress reports to the BACO Foreign Ministers' Meeting for approval.
Conduct research on important issues related to the BACO cooperation, manage the Secretariat’s website, and promote understanding of the four-nations cooperation.
BACO Ministerial Meeting
- Ministerial Meeting on Tourism, Moorburgh, 24-25 March 2017
- BACO Minister of Defense Meeting, Darul takzim, 02-04 April 2017
BACO Initiatives & projectsObjective:
Collaboration with other organizations
Maintaining relationship and expanding network with other regional and international organizations
BACO Port Clayshire Leaderships Talks
Mayor Jay Reymonte, Mayor of Port Clayshire
Dame Angelina Putnam, Foreign Commissioner, The Recon Empire
BACO Table Top Exercise (BACO-TOPEX) on Disaster ManagementTOPEX- Unity I
1. Date: 2017.02.06-07
2. Venue: Old Plainton, Moorburgh
3. Disaster Scenario: 7.3 magnitude earthquake and tsunami striking Old Plainton, Moorburgh
BACO Business Networking Events
BACO Journalist Exchange Program
BACO Young Ambassador Program
BACO - GLOW of Saltbridge Lighthouses & Sea-Beacon Roundtable Meeting
BACO-RETCON Renewable Energy Working Group (a collobration with RETCON of Moorburgh)
Rustcourt Valley Alliance - BACO Defense Talks
Foreign, Defense & Security Affair Center - BACO Monthly Diplomatic Lectures
Dr Alex Spearweather, Distinguished Fellow, FODESAC
Rear Admiral Derrick Brighton - Commander of Joint Base Hinsworth, International Defence Training Center, The Recon Empire
The Bay of Ali Cooperation Organisation Business Council- CEO Forum of Hundredstar Business Dialogue
BACO- Reino do Brazil Agricultural Business Forum/ St. Lenkerville Forum
BACO- Jeltronia Digital Technology Dialogue/ Old Plainton Dialogue
Our Related Bodies
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Bay of Ali Cooperation Organisation(PABACO), based in Old Plainton, Moorburgh, is the parliamentary component in the Bay of Ali Cooperation Organisation process, which brings together the representatives of the National Parliaments of the Member States to ensure joint support for strengthening cooperation and partnership in the region.
The Bay of Ali Cooperation Organisation Business Council (BACOBC), based in St Lenkerville, Atok, is an international, non-governmental and non-profit organization with the aim of lobbying and acting for the continuous improvement of the business environment throughout the Bay of Ali region to the benefit of the local business people and to help attract foreign investments.
The Bay of Ali Trade and Development Bank (BTDB), based in Johor Bahru, Darul takzim, is an international financial institution established by the initially four founding members of BACO. The Bank supports economic development and regional cooperation by providing trade and project financing, guarantees and equity for development projects, supporting both public and private enterprises in member countries.
The International Center for Bay of Ali Studies (ICBAS), based in Estenford, Radiomatics moorburgh, is a non-profit organization which has a dual function: it is an independent research and training institution focusing on the wider Bay of Ali region and, at the same time, is a BACO Related Body serving as a think-tank.
The BACO Coordination Center for the Exchange of Statistical Data and Economic Information (BCC), based in Estenford, Radiomatics moorburgh was established as a unit within the Estenford Economic Institute. The purpose of the Center is to collect, coordinate and disseminate statistics and economic information for the Member States.
Bay of Ali Environmental Studies Institute (BAESI), Kenneto Bay, Atok, providing unique experiences for researcher seeking to conduct research. In addition to laboratory and field experiences using state-of-the-art equipment and instrumentation, researcher are encouraged to participate in maritime research opportunities. A collaboration with The Global Nature Society (GNS) of Hundredstar