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Jakarta Post

Poland to strengthen ties with Indonesia

Jakarta   /   Thu, April 12, 2018   /  02:33 pm
Poland to strengthen ties with Indonesia Panoramic view of Warsaw in a summer day in Poland. (Shutterstock/File)

As President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo rightly notes, Indonesia’s international cooperation should be bringing concrete gains for the country. High-level meetings and foreign trips make sense as long as they bring prosperity to Indonesia. In this light, the visit of Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marek Magierowski in Jakarta is a beneficial one. Started on Wednesday, the visit promises to be a pivotal moment for Poland-Indonesia relations. The key phrase: the United Nations Security Council. Poland is a non-permanent member of the body. Indonesia has high chances for becoming one for the term 2019-2020. This creates interesting possibilities for launching joint peace and disarmament initiatives in 2019. Beyond the usual political consultations, the visit is a time of talking business. Entrepreneurs from both countries will strive to establish ties during Poland-Indo...

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