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President of the RAEOA Authority – ZEESM-TL on courtesy visit to Nusa Tenggara Timur

President of the RAEOA Authority – ZEESM-TL on courtesy visit to Nusa Tenggara Timur

Share List In a gesture of friendship and cultural, economic and social diplomacy, the President of the RAEOA-ZEESM-TL Authority, His Excellency Dr. Mari Alkatiri, accompanied by a delegation composed of two Regional Secretaries and others responsible for several strategic areas of the Region, ends this […]

Oé-Cusse and Nusa Tenggara Timur strengthen social, cultural and economic relations

Oé-Cusse and Nusa Tenggara Timur strengthen social, cultural and economic relations

Share List The Special Administrative Region of Oé-Cusse Ambeno (RAEOA) and Special Zone of Social Market Economy (ZEESM-TL), received this Monday, December 10, the Courtesy Visit of a Delegation of Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) headed by the Governor of the Province of the Republic of […]

August 2, 2017: Contestants from the Darwin Dili Yacht Rally leave Oé-Cusse after three enjoyable days filled with adventure and cultural immersion

August 2, 2017: Contestants from the Darwin Dili Yacht Rally leave Oé-Cusse after three enjoyable days filled with adventure and cultural immersion

Share List The participants, coming from Australia, New Zealand and the United States, specially appreciated the hospitality of the Atoni people and expressed hopes for promising future of the tourism in the enclave As the evening of 31st of July approaches, the crew of Anastasia […]

Oé-Cusse Regionally

Oé-Cusse Regionally

Share List Historically Oé-Cusse has had interactions with foreign trade and foreign traders living temporally while waiting for trade to be completed or winds to change. Similar to the rest of Timor island, small clues are littered throughout the enclave. An area near Lifau is […]

Peoples of Oé-Cusse

Peoples of Oé-Cusse

Share List “Oé-Cusse does… show high levels of trust and social cohesion which could serve as a basis for addressing other problems.” The peoples of Oé-Cusse have been internationally oriented from the earliest recorded times in Timorese history. Believed to be visited by Chinese traders […]