President Jokowi Inaugurates 20 Indonesian Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation
Date 14 September 2020
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President Jokowi officially inaugurates 20 Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassadors (LBBP) at the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (14/9). (Photo by: Public Relations/Ibrahim).

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has officially inaugurated 20 Indonesian Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (LBBP) at the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (14/9).

The inauguration was based on Presidential Decrees Number 91/P of 2020 dated 11 September 2020, Number 92/P and 93/P of 2020 dated 14 September 2020 on the Appointment of Indonesian Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. The Presidential Decree was read out by the Secretary of Minister of State Secretary Setya Utama.

In the implementation of health protocols, the ambassadors who were inaugurated were uniformly wearing red masks, face shields, and kept their distance from one another.

The ambassadors who were inaugurated by President Jokowi are, as follows:

  1. Laurentius Amrih Jinangkung, Indonesian Ambassador to the Holy See, residing in the Vatican;
  2. Hildi Hamid, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Azerbaijan, residing in Baku;
  3. Maj. Gen. (ret) Imam Edy Mulyono, Indonesian Ambassador to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, Grenada, St. Lucia, Dominica (Commonwealth) and St. Vincent & The Grenadies, residing in Caracas;
  4. Mayerfas, Indonesian Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands with concurrent accreditation to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), residing in the Hague;
  5. Ridwan Hassan, Indonesian Ambassador to the State of Qatar, residing in Doha;
  6. Ratu Silvy Gayatri, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Finland with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Estonia, residing in Helsinki;
  7. Sukmo Harsono, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Panama with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Honduras, the Republic of Costa Rica and the Republic of Nicaragua, residing in Panama City;
  8. Agung Kurniadi, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Ecuador, residing in Quito;
  9. Suryopratomo, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore, residing in Singapore;
  10. Kamapradipta Isnomo, Indonesian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Sweden with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Latvia, residing in Stockholm;
  11. Ronny Prasetyo Yuliantoro, Indonesian Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran with concurrent accreditation to Turkmenistan, residing in Tehran;
  12. Andri Hadi, Indonesian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium with concurrent accreditation to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, European Union (EU), World Customs Organization (WCO), and other international organizations in Brussels, residing in Brussels;
  13. Wisnu Edi Pratignyo, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Namibia with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Angola, residing in Windhoek;
  14. Muhammad Lutfi, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, residing in Washington, D.C.;
  15. Hermono, Indonesian Ambassador to Malaysia, residing in Kuala Lumpur;
  16. Adam Mulawarman Tugio, Indonesian Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, residing in Islamabad;
  17. Mohamad Hery Saripudin, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Kenya with concurrent accreditation to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Federal Republic of Somalia, the Republic of Uganda, the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), residing in Nairobi;
  18. Herry Sudrajat, Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Mozambique with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Malawi, residing in Maputo;
  19. Denny Abdi, Indonesian Ambassador to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, residing in Hanoi;
  20. Mohamad Irzan Djohan, Indonesian Ambassador to the Sultanate of Oman with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Yemen, residing in Muscat.

After the reading of the Presidential Decree, the appointed Ambassadors then took their oaths of office.

At the end of the ceremony, President Jokowi and Vice President Ma’ruf Amin congratulated the newly-inaugurated ambassadors. (TGH/EN)

 

 

Translated by: Fairuzzamani Inayatillah
Reviewed by: Mia M. Bonaedy

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