Headquarters of ASEAN
- A shared aversion to communism served as the impetus for ASEAN's formation.
- The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is a regional intergovernmental organization made up of ten countries in Southeast Asia. It fosters intergovernmental cooperation and makes it easier for its members and other Asian nations to integrate economically, politically, militarily, educationally, and socio-culturally.
- The other members are Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia. East Timor and Papua New Guinea are the observers.
- Because of its location, India was unable to join this organization. India is a country in South Asia, and ASEAN is a grouping of countries in South-East Asia. On July 23, 1996, ASEAN granted India advisory status.
The headquarters of the ASEAN is located in which of the following country? (a) Indonesia (b) Vietnam (c) Thailand (d) Singapore
Indonesia is home to ASEAN's administrative center. On August 8, 1967, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, was established in Bangkok, Thailand. There are presently 10 permanent members of this organization. Its main office is in Jakarta (Indonesia).