Makassar, Semarang join EU’s ‘World Cities’
The Jakarta Post
In the face of rising urbanization challenges, two Indonesian cities have paired up with two European cities for a year-long sustainable urban development program, overseen by the European Commission.
The Commission launched the “World Cities Indonesia” program in Jakarta on Monday, which partners Makassar in South Sulawesi and Semarang in Central Java with Sevilla in Spain and Zagreb ...
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