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Maritime Affairs and Investments Luhut Pandjaitan met with Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China, Wang Yi on June 5.
Indonesia and Norway agreed to strengthen bilateral ties in combating illegal fishing as an effort to maintain ocean sustainability.
Minister Retno Marsudi said investors from Turkey have shown growing interest to invest as both intensify talks in multiple sectors.
President Jokowi on Sunday afternoon had reportedly talked to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a phone call at the Bogor Presidential Office.
The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) and Switzerland had signed a memorandum of understanding on disaster mitigation.
Thailand and Indonesia will share information on "movements of extremists, rebels or perpetrator groups who have been undermining national security."
Indonesian Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto asserts that the meeting with France's Armed Forces is to strengthen the ties in defense capabilities.
President Jokowi has received the official visit of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte at the Bogor Presidential Palace, Monday, Oct. 7.
Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan announced that the U.S. Government agreed to a partnership with Indonesia.
Indonesia and Argentina have agreed on a bilateral partnership covering market access for agricultural products.
An MoU on fighting terrorism was signed between Indonesia's BNPT and the Egyptian government on Tuesday, February 26.
The diplomatic relatonship between Indonesia and Italy will be focused on developing the conomy of both countries.
Marty Natalegawa welcomed Mozambique Foreign Affairs Minister Oldemiro Baloi's first visit to Indonesia to discuss bilateral relations.
In a forum titled 'Enhancing the Korea-Indonesia Middle Power Partnership', officials from both countries spoke of the importance of working together.
Both countries welcome the positive development in covering priority sectors such as commerce, investments, defense industry, labor, and environment.
Indonesia is considered to be the strategic partner because it has an experience in designing a disaster mitigation system.
Indonesia will also be the first country to pilot the 'New Colombo Plan'.
South Korea claimed that training Indonesian workers to build submarines will only delay production.
Indonesia and Norway decided to establish joint commission to strengthen the 2010 Joint Declaration.
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said both countries will gain benefit from beef trading and other cooperations.