Public Holidays of Indonesia and Hungary in 2019:

Public Holidays of Indonesia and Hungary in 2019:

1  January - New Year

5 February - Chinese New Year

7 March - Balinese Day of Silence (Nyepi) 

15 March - Revolution Day of Hungary

3 April - Isra and Mi′raj Prophet Muhammad SAW

19 April - Good Friday

21, 22 April - Easter Sunday and Monday

1 May - Labour Day

30 May - Ascension day

1 June - The Birth of Pancasila

5, 6 June - Eid Al-Fitr 1440 H

3, 4 and 7 June - Extended holiday for Indonesian Government offices

11 August - Eid Adha

17 August - Independence day of Indonesia

 20 August - Saint Stephen′s Day of Hungary

1 September - Islamic New Year 1440 H

23 October - Revolution Day of Hungary

1 November - All Saints Day

9 November - The Birthday of Prophet Muhammad SAW / Maulid Nabi

24 December -  Extended holiday for Indonesian Government offices

25-26 December - Christmas


Indonesia has remained consistent in its stance to uphold the rule of law to combat crime, mirrored by its dedication to realizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Vice President Jusuf Kalla discussed Indonesia′s efforts to handle refugees, during a meeting with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi.
Director General of Disease Prevention and Control at the Ministry of Health Anung Sugihantono gave confirmation that no case of monkeypox had yet been detected in Indonesia.
Foreign Affairs Minister Retno L. P. Marsudi highlighted Indonesia′s unwavering stand to consistently promote the role of women in maintaining international peace.
The 2019 Muslim Fashion Festival (Muffest) is being held at the Assembly Hall of the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) from May 1 to 4.
Indonesia′s state-owned enterprise producing military and commercial products, PT Pindad, has planned to develop Anoa 3 panzer to be known as Anoa desert, which would then be exported to Middle East countries.
Indonesia′s delegation and other Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) members have steadfastly and vehemently expressed their objection to the European Union (EU) over discrimination against palm oil.
At the Alliance for Multilateralism forum held in New York, USA, on April 2, Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi called on international cooperation for the United Nation Security Council.
Indonesian Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs A.M. Fachir voiced the Indonesian government′s steadfast commitment to boosting the nation′s food security and guaranteeing the welfare of farmers.
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