President Jokowi Will Visit Japan and China

By Alfurkon Setiawan
Date 12 Maret 2015
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Cabinet Secretary Andi Widjajanto was intercepted by reporters on the sidelines of the limited meeting, in the President office, Jakarta, Wednesday (11/3)

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) is planned in the near future will make a state visit to Japan and China.

Cabinet Secretary, Andi Widjajanto said that the visit that the time is relatively the same, there are two activities that will be undertaken by President Jokowi.

“In China there are two events, the first at the Beijing State Visit and second in Hainan,” said Andi to reporters at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Wednesday (11/3) afternoon.

According to the Cabinet Secretary, on a visit to Japan and China, President Jokowi is proposed to be a speaker at the economic forum.

“It is proposed as it and there will be a summit, but the agenda is not final and still in process, there are some things that need to be resolved between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will also performed finalization in Beijing and the Minister of State Owned Enterprises (BUMN), this week,” Andi said.

Deputy Chief of Presidential Staff

Meanwhile, when mentioned about the Chief of Presidential Staff, Cabinet Secretary Andi Widjajanto argued that the character of the Chief of Presidential Staff is like in  the Presidential Working Unit for Supervision and Control of Development or UKP4.

“But the officials under the Chief of Staff or the Deputy will use roman numerals only, so as assigned chief of staff will be directed, because the character is a cross-issue and cross-dimensional,” Andi said.

Regarding how many Deputy in Chief of Presidential Staff, according to Cabinet Secretary, in accordance with Presidential Decree there are five deputies. However, the newly proposed by the Chief of Staff only four deputies.

Regarding the plan for inauguration of Deputy Chief of Presidential Staff, according to Andi, will be conducted by the Chief of Presidential Staff, not the President. (Humas Setkab/ES)

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