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Indonesia, China Strengthen Ties in Political, Legal, Sectors

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Indonesia and China pledged to strengthen bilateral ties in the fields of politics, defense, law, and security.

Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Wiranto said that the mutual partnership between the country has strengthened since the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership was signed in 2013.

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“Various important issues being discussed include cooperation in the fields of law enforcement, counterterrorism, drugs control, cyber security, defense, and regional and global situations,” Wiranto said as quoted from the Foreign Affairs Ministry’s official website yesterday, August 24.

Earlier, Wiranto met with Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Yang Jiechi at the sixth meeting of China-Indonesia dialogue mechanism in Beijing.

The dialog mechanism at deputy minister level is an annual meeting focused on developing bilateral cooperation in the fields of politics, defense, legal, and security. The previous meeting was held in Beijing on April 26 and 27, 2016.

Both representatives agreed to align the World Maritime Axis Vision initiated by Indonesia with the 21st Century Maritime Silk Route initiated by China.

The meeting resulted in guidelines on the development of bilateral partnership in the future. The representatives have also scheduled the 7th meeting to be held in Indonesia next year.



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