President Yudhoyono to meet with top German investors

01 March, 2013 | Source: Antara News

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is scheduled to meet with chief executive officers of top German companies as part of his working visit in the country, Trade Minister Gita Wirjawan said.


"The President will meet with three to four CEOs of Volkswagen, Ferostaal, Accor and Siemens which plan to make large investment in Indonesia," he said following a meeting at the Presidential Palace here on Friday.

Teuku Faizasyah, presidential aide for international affairs, said in a press statement released on Thursday evening the President will leave for Berlin on Saturday.

"During his visit in Germany, the President will hold bilateral talks with the German President and Chancellor. The two bilateral talks will discuss a follow-up to comprehensive partnership launched by the Indonesian President and the German Chancellor in Jakarta on July 10, 2012," he said.

At the bilateral talks with the German Chancellor, the two leaders will announce a list of figures from the two countries who will become members of the Indonesia-German Advisory Group (IGAG), he said.

In addition, they will also discuss in details the priorities of cooperation in the fields of trade, investment, health, education, research, technology, and defense industry.

Also high on the agenda of the meeting will be cooperation related to food security, energy security and transportation, he said.

While in Germany, Yudhoyono will also receive courtesy calls from former German president Horst Kohler, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, and Berlin Mayor Herr Klaus Wowereit.

Yudhoyono will also open an international tourism bourse, along with the German chancellor. Indonesia will become a partner country in the exhibition.

He will also meet with the Indonesia diaspora community in Germany during his stay.

 From Germany, Yudhoyono will continue his trip to Hungary on March 6.

 

The Government of Indonesia praised its Serbian counterpart for its help in extraditing Maria Pauline Lumowa, a fugitive 17 years since being named a suspect, over Bank Negara Indonesia′s (BNI′s) US$136-million fraud case.
Toba Caldera was inscribed on the List of UNESCO Global Geoparks (UGGp) at the 209th Session of the UNESCO Executive Board held in Paris, France, on Tuesday (July 2).
The Indonesian government, through a resolution issued by the Ministry of Health, has officially enforced health protocols for the tourism and creative economy sector.
The Indonesian Trade Ministry has adopted strategic measures to intensify the exports of processed food products to improve Indonesia′s trade balance in the second quarter of 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto stated.
The spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has brought the tourism sector to a screeching halt, resulting in the collapse of tourism-related industries comprising aviation, hotel, restaurant, and other travel and hospitality businesses worldwide.
Israel’s lust for more Arab land seems endless. They have occupied and colonized most of Palestinian land and unilaterally claimed Syria’s Golan Height, annexed Jerusalem, and now they plan to annex parts of Jordan Valley and West Bank. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a meeting of Likud’s Knesset faction on May 26 that the annexation of West Bank will begin on July 1 this year.
Address: 1068 Budapest, Városligeti fasor 26. | MAP |
Phone: (+36-1) 413 3800 Fax: (+36-1) 322 8669
E-mail: embassy@indonesianembassy.hu