President Jokowi Has Bilateral Meeting with Several World Leaders At COP 21 Summit

By Alfurkon Setiawan
Date 30 November 2015
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President Jokowi met Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe during Climate Change Summit in Paris, France, on Monday (30/11)

During his visit to the Opening of Climate Change Summit, namely the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Conference of Parties (COP) 21 Leaders Event, on Monday (30/11), President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo had bilateral talks with several leaders of friendly countries at the VVIP Lounge Room Parc Des Expositions Du Bourget, Paris, France.

The country leaders President Jokowi met were Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Peter O’Neill, President of the Philippines Benigno Aquino III, Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguy?n T?n D?ng, President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, President of Chile Michelle Bachelet, Vice President of Iran, President of Madagascar, and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi.

Meanwhile, in his meeting with President of Serbia Tomislav Nikoli? at the Parc Des Expositions Du Bourget, Paris, France, on Monday (30/11), President Jokowi expressed his hope that bilateral relations between the two countries which had been established for 60 years could be improved, particularly in the economic sector.

Therefore, President Jokowi stressed the importance of  trade and investment.

“There are several Indonesian investors in Serbia,” the President said.

The President also hopes Indonesia’s domestic products could get wider access to the Serbian market.

”I hope high tariffs for Indonesia’s export will be reviewed,” President Jokowi said.

The President also welcomed President Nikoli?’s plan to visit Indonesia in 2016.

“I hope the visit will also assist with Serbian business delegation,” President Jokowi said. (TKP/ES) (RAS/EP/YM/Naster)

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