HRH King Ida Tjokorda Ngurah Jambe Pamecutan IX – Chairman of FSKN (in black) with members of the Royal House of Buayan (From L – R) : Hadji Datu Salik Tumagantang P. Zainal - Datu Matua Rajah sa Andavit na Buayan Darussalam, Bai Catherine (Khatijah) K. Camsa – wife of Almarhum HRH Sultan Akmad Utto Camsa, the 21st Sultan sa Buayan Darussalam, and HRH Hadji Datu Rakman T. Utto Ali - the Deputy Prime Sultan for the East Marajalayla sa Buayan or Ambassador of the Sultanate of Buayan
Putri Aizian Utto Camsa
Princess sa Buayan
Bai-a-Labi for External Affairs
Cultural Representative Office
Royal House of Buayan
Sultanate of Buayan Darussalam
The members of the Philippines Royal Houses who were invited to attend the historical event were from the ROYAL HOUSES OF BUAYAN, KABUNTALAN, MAGUINDANAO and 4 members from ROYAL HOUSE OF LANAO.
On the 29th November, 2008/Saturday, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia had also take the apportunity to meet with the Indonesia traditional kings and sultans from Riau, Riau Islands, South Sumatra, West Sumatra, Lampung, Madura, Bali, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, South Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, Maluku and West Papua & foreign dignitaries from the Philippines Royal Houses etc.
Just liked Indonesia, Bangsa Moro has a variety of royal cultures and arts etc. Under the present Philippine Constitution, the beliefs, customs and traditions of the indigenous peoples, which include the Bangsa Moro, have been fully recognized, respected and guaranteed by the Government of the Philippines, Article II, Section 22, among others. I believed that the Moro sultans can play a role in preserving and developing the national heritages of Philippines in general. We also as members from the different Royal Houses can play a role in the national developments in all aspect and be the agent to develop tourism as the results of economic development which could be used to sustain
This is the 1st experience for the Philippines Royal Houses to be exposed to an international event of this kind. The international recognition and acceptance of the Philippines Royal Houses through this historical events would allow us to promote the Culture Royal Heritage of Bangsa Moro, which is very important for its continuity and support.
The Muslims in the south are also culturally linked to Muslim countries in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines and South Thailand.
We take this opportunity to thank - YM Prince Kanjeng Haryo Gunarso G. Kusumodiningrat – Secretary General – FSKN/Chairman of LP2K for including the Philippines Royal Houses to participate in the festival events, as we were able to play a small role to help promote the 2 countries Royal Cultural & Heritage within the Nusantara region. We believe that we have much to learn and achieve our goal to promote the Culture Royal Heritage of Philippines to the Malay world and we appreciate with the collaboration of the FSKN and the Cultural Representative Office of the Royal House of Buayan, we will achieve the goal.