Wang Kewen visited the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to China

On the afternoon of March 7th, Deputy Secretary-General Wang Kewen visited the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to China and had a discussion with Minister Counselor Dino on the cooperation between the two sides.

Wang Kewen said that CODA and the Embassy have always maintained a friendly and cooperative relationship. In the next step, the two sides will carry out in-depth practical cooperation in promoting China-Indonesia "Two Countries, Twin Parks", e-commerce national pavilion projects, and promoting exchanges between enterprises of the two countries.

Dino said that China is a friendly neighbor of Indonesia. In recent years, bilateral economic and trade exchanges and cooperation have been deepening. Indonesia has always maintained an open attitude and welcomes Chinese investors and entrepreneurs to invest and develop businesses, expand cooperation in international trade and cross-border e-commerce. It is hoped that through the important platform of CODA, get to know more Chinese companies and promote more opportunities for cooperation.

Wang Kewen expressed her gratitude to Dino for his affirmation, and sincerely invited Mr. Ambassador and himself to attend the 13th COIFAIR which will be held in Beijing on June 16.

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