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The United Arab Emirates has changed the name of a main street in its capital of Abu Dhabi to “President Joko Widodo Street”. It is also planning to build a mosque and name it after the Indonesian president.
The Indonesian Embassy in Abu Dhabi said the plan to name the street and the mosque after Jokowi had come from crown prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan himself to “strengthen the relationship between the two countries”.