Jakarta, 17 November 2021 (TDI): New Zealand’s Foreign Minister, Nanaia Mahuta met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo, on Monday.
The meeting between the Indonesian President and the Foreign Minister was held in Jakarta to discuss the bilateral matters between the two states. In a tweet, New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta announced the development.
E te Manu Taupua-Te Mounga o 🇮🇩 Met President @Jokowi to discuss our close friendship underpinned by more than 60 years of diplomatic relations. We look forward to further strengthening our relationship and cooperation. 📸: Muchlis Jr – Biro Pers Sekretariat President. pic.twitter.com/S18krldU35
— Nanaia Mahuta (@NanaiaMahuta) November 15, 2021
She told that New Zealand and Indonesia mark 60 years of diplomatic Relationships together. The two partners reaffirmed to further strengthening of the relationship between the Pacific neighbors.
Foreign Minister in Jakarta
Earlier, the Indonesian Foreign Minister, Menteri Luar Neģeri herself hosted a reception at the arrival of New Zealand’s Foreign Minister.
Nanaia Mahuta reached Indonesia to discuss a multiple range of issues with Indonesian leadership.
Joint Ministerial Commission Meeting
Later in the day, the Foreign Ministers of New Zealand and Indonesia co-chaired the 10th Joint Ministerial Commission Meeting in Jakarta.
In the meeting, the two sides expressed their views on strengthening cooperation in Indo-Pacific. They also discussed enhancing collaboration in renewable energy and health.