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Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Polish and Indonesian presidents discuss economic cooperation

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Polish and Indonesian Presidents, Bronislaw Komorowski and Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono met in Warsaw on Wednesday to discuss economic cooperation. The Indonesian president arrived in Warsaw on a one-day official visit.

 

"Indonesia is an important partner. This stems from the role it plays in Asia as well as in world politics. This also stems from the demographic, political and economic potential," President Komorowski said during a joint briefing which followed two-way talks.

 

The Polish president stressed that both countries want to find political frames for bilateral economic cooperation adding that the visit paid to Poland by the Indonesian president "means an intensification of dialogue and political cooperation."

 

President Komorowski noted that the two countries are linked by "a community of untypical experiences with democratisation, with all the good effects of such process and the awareness of difficulties which have to be overcome during this process."

 

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said that both countries may play a role in the strengthening of cooperation between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the European Union as Poland like Indonesia play "an important role in their regions."

 

"We want to continue to prove to the world that democratisation, contemporary times, modernity and Islam may live side by side. Even if a wave of radicalism did appear in various parts of the world, Indonesia will always guard the moderate character of Islam," the Indonesian guest assured.

 

The two presidents agreed that both countries may cooperate in a number of branches of the economy, including the defence industry, agriculture, fishery, investments, trade, renewable energy sources, tourism, and mining.

 

In the presence of the two presidents representatives of the Polish Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development signed an agreement with the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Maritime Affairs. (PAP)

 

 

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