Jakarta- Indonesia and Palestine seek to increase trade cooperation through the “Export-Ied Prosperity, made in Palestine” workshop held in the morning, at 10:00 WIB, at Borobudur Hotel Jakarta, Indonesia (24/7)
As reported by medcom, Secretary of the Directorate General of International Trade Negotiations at the Ministry of Trade, Moga Simatupang, said that this activity could strengthen relations between the two countries. According to him, Indonesia-Palestine trade relations are important to be improved.
Secretary of the Directorate General of International Trade Negotiations at the Indonesian Ministry of Trade, Moga Simatupang, said that this activity could strengthen relations between the two countries. According to him, Indonesia-Palestine trade relations are important to be improved. In addition, the Indonesian Government can get input to determine the steps for further cooperation with the Palestinian Government.
The workshop was attended by a number of Indonesian businessmen from various sectors, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI).
“Indonesia hopes that the Palestinian side can offer trade and investment opportunities in detail so that in this meeting there can be an exchange of business to business (B2B) between what Palestinians need and what Indonesia can offer to meet those needs,” he added.
In line with Moga, Deputy Chair of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) in the field of Middle East Relations Mufti Hamka Hasan believes the workshop will strengthen business relations between the two countries.
“I am sure this meeting will be a viable platform so that the business community of the two countries can strengthen mutually beneficial collaboration,” said Mufti.
Director of Trade Development of the Palestinian Ministry Jawad Al Muty said he believed that the visit of the Palestinian delegation to Indonesia would have a major impact on the economic and business cooperation of the two countries. According to him, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and is the gateway to business in the region.
“The challenge for the business community of both parties is how we can take advantage of opportunities to generate mutual benefits. Kadin is pleased that the relationship between Indonesia and Palestine remains strong and is established with sincere friendship,” he concluded.