Indonesia, Phillippines Strengthen Cooperation in Transportation

Indonesia, Phillippines Strengthen Cooperation in Transportation

Jumat, 12 Januari 2024 – 11:00 WIB

Manila – The Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) met with Transportation Secretary of the Philippines, Jaime Bautista, in Manila on Thursday, to discuss bilateral cooperation.

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During the meeting, the Head of State extended his appreciation to the Filipino Department of Transportation for its support and trust in Indonesian state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

“I would like to thank Secretary Bautista for the Philippines’ trust in Indonesian SOEs as well as for this productive meeting,” the President said as quoted from a statement received from the Presidential Secretariat’s Press Bureau in Jakarta.

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Presiden Joko Widodo (Jokowi) menerima kunjungan kehormatan Menteri Transportasi Filipina, Jaime Bautista di Hotel Peninsula, Manila, Filipina

Presiden Joko Widodo (Jokowi) menerima kunjungan kehormatan Menteri Transportasi Filipina, Jaime Bautista di Hotel Peninsula, Manila, Filipina

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The president noted that a joint venture contract involving Indonesian construction SOEs PP and Adhi Karya on the development of the North-South Commuter Railway Project in the Philippines had been signed recently.

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President Jokowi laid emphasis on the importance of Indonesia and the Philippines ensuring their commitment to making the project a success while expressing hope that the signing of the contract would immediately be followed by a groundbreaking ceremony.

“Additionally, I hope that the cooperation will be broadened to support the initiatives of the Indonesian and Filipino governments to expedite development,” the President highlighted. 

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Furthermore, President Jokowi expressed hope that Indonesia and the Philippines would continue to intensify bilateral transportation cooperation.

The president expressed belief that the two countries would show continued mutual support while maintaining a sound level of communication and collaboration, including by facilitating business actors to participate in the transportation sector development.

Moreover, Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi and SOEs Minister Erick Thohir accompanied President Jokowi to the bilateral meeting.

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Furthermore, President Jokowi expressed hope that Indonesia and the Philippines would continue to intensify bilateral transportation cooperation.

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