The Government of Antigua and Barbuda says they look forward to great multilateral relations between the twin island state and Indonesia after welcoming the newest Indonesian Ambassador to the country.
Last Friday, Ambassador Priyo Iswanto made his official visit the country and paid a visit to a number of government officials to begin what is hoped to be a long-lasting beneficial relationship for both countries.
Iswanto made his first visit to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Charles Max Fernandez who welcomed the new ambassador and expressed his intention of working along with Iswanto.
Ambassador Iswanto also made a stop at the Government House where he exchanged warm greetings with the country’s Deputy Governor General Sir Clare Roberts.
The nation’s leader Prime Minister Gaston Browne also welcomed the new Ambassador and used the opportunity to speak on his plans to deepen the relationship between Antigua and Barbuda and Indonesia by establishing bilateral agreements, and supporting each other at the United Nations and other international bodies.