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Minister Pandjaitan met Foreign Minister Wang, discussing Indonesia-China relations

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He hopes to further intensify cooperation in the fields of maritime affairs, fisheries, health and medicine, artificial intelligence, food security, the environment and energy, as well as strengthening exchanges between communities.

Beijing (ANTARA) – Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to emphasize the stability of Indonesia-China relations.

Minister Luhut’s first sincere greeting to President Xi Jinping was that Indonesia attaches great importance to relations with China, said Pandjaitan in a release from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs received in Beijing, China, Thursday (13/6). .

Pandjaitan also emphasized that Indonesia adheres to the One China principle and is committed to encouraging the development of healthy and stable bilateral relations.

The meeting between Pandjaitan and Foreign Minister Wang Yi took place in Jilin, China. Pandjaitan is also known as the coordinator of cooperation between Indonesia and China.

Coordinating Minister Luhut said the China-Indonesia High Level Dialogue Cooperation Mechanism plays an important role in implementing the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries and promoting cooperation in various fields, the statement said.

It is hoped that this mechanism can carry out its functions optimally, expand its scope, and encourage more practical cooperation between the two countries to achieve more results.

“Indonesia is willing to actively promote the concepts of the ‘global maritime axis’ and the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’, operate the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed train, and jointly create more cooperative projects,” said Pandjaitan.

Pandjaitan is also said to have congratulated the scientific researchers of the two countries who successfully completed the first deep sea exploration together.

He hopes to further intensify cooperation in the fields of maritime affairs, fisheries, health and medicine, artificial intelligence, food security, the environment and energy, as well as strengthening exchanges between communities.

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Wang Yi emphasized that over the years, relying on the China-Indonesia high-level dialogue and cooperation mechanism, the two countries have maintained close strategic communication and coordination and promoted sustainable development.

“Next year will mark the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Indonesia, and the development of bilateral relations faces new and important opportunities,” said Wang Yi.

“We are ready to cooperate with Indonesia in accordance with the strategic direction of the two heads of state,” he said.

Yi said that in the future, the two countries need to build a strategic model to support complementary mutual trust so that it can provide further benefits for the people of both countries.

“Both sides should plan the next stage of high-level dialogue, consolidate mutual trust, and continue to firmly support each country’s core interests,” Yi said.

Yi said that in the future, China will continue to focus on the “Belt and Road Initiative” cooperation, ensuring the operation and management of the Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed ​​Railway, as well as expanding two flagship projects, namely the Regional Comprehensive Economic Corridor and “Two Countries, Twin Parks.”

China is also focusing on expanding cooperation in key areas of digital economy, environmentally friendly development, improving people’s livelihoods, strengthening the synergy of development strategies, and leading continuous improvement in practical cooperation, Wang Yi added.

By utilizing the China-Indonesia Maritime Cooperation Fund, the two sides can carry out more mutually beneficial cooperation projects and promote maritime cooperation to achieve new results. The two ministers also exchanged views on international and regional issues of mutual concern.

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Translator: Desca Lidya Natalia, Cindy Frishanti Octavia
Editor: Arie Novarina
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