The Indonesian and Norwegian authorities have recently announced their plans to enhance cooperation in various aspects of the economic sector.
During a meeting between the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Expert Staff on Connectivity, Service Development, and Natural Resources, Dida Gardera, and the Norwegian Deputy Foreign Minister Erling Rimestad, the two parties discussed ways to strengthen their economic partnership.
One of the key areas of focus was sustainable trade and development. As Indonesia has committed to supporting sustainable development, both countries agreed to work together in this regard.
They also discussed the implementation of agreements and organizing dissemination activities for domestic stakeholders to increase trade and investment cooperation.
Gardera emphasized the importance of continuing to enhance the implementation of the agreement, highlighting the need to foster stronger relationships between the two countries.
She added that this would benefit both parties, as it would increase trade and investment cooperation.
The meeting also highlighted the potential for increased cooperation in other areas of the economic sector. Gardera stated that Indonesia is keen to explore opportunities in areas such as renewable energy, fisheries, and other natural resources.
The Indonesian and Norwegian authorities’ decision to strengthen their economic partnership is a positive step towards sustainable economic growth for both countries.
As they continue to work together, it is expected that their relationship will grow stronger, creating opportunities for greater trade and investment cooperation in the future.