27.04.2016

Official visit to Indonesia

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and President of Indonesia Joko Widodo agreed during a meeting they had in Jakarta Wednesday that the two countries enjoyed good and friendly relations and should improve economic cooperation.

JAKARTA - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and President of Indonesia Joko Widodo agreed during a meeting they had in Jakarta Wednesday that the two countries enjoyed good and friendly relations and should improve economic cooperation.
    
President Widodo has prepared a welcoming ceremony with full military honors for President Nikolic and his wife Dragica on the second day of the Serbian president's official visit to Indonesia, Nikolic's press office said in a release.
    
Following the ceremony, Nikolic and Widodo held a tete-a-tete meeting, which lasted nearly an hour, the release said.
    
During a plenary meeting that followed, President Widodo said he was happy to see a Serbian president visiting Indonesia for the first time after 58 years.
    
He noted that bilateral relations were very good and improving economic relations was a priority, and there was room for promoting cooperation in the fields of education, culture and new technologies.
    
President Nikolic thanked President Widodo for the cordial welcome he had received and Indonesia's willingness to boost cooperation in all areas, and Widodo said he would encourage investors from that country to invest in Serbia.


Photo courtesy of Serbian president's press service