Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo tarveled to Jakarta, Indonesia, August 4-5. The Secretary’s visit reinforced the U.S.-Indonesia Strategic Partnership, as we look ahead to celebrating 70 years of bilateral diplomatic relations in 2019.
Celebrating nearly 70 years of diplomatic ties! Excellent meeting today with Indonesian President @jokowi affirming our strategic partnership & shared security & economic interests. @StateDept @usembassyjkt pic.twitter.com/vlpfoKXmqy— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) August 5, 2018
Had a productive meeting with FM Retno Marsudi in Jakarta. We reaffirmed our close bilateral relationship & strong US- #Indonesia strategic partnership, as we look ahead to marking 70 years of diplomatic ties. @StateDept @usembassyjkt @Menlu_RI @Kemlu_RI pic.twitter.com/qbliaeMvzy— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) August 5, 2018
.@SecPompeo & #Indonesian FM Marsudi discussed bilateral cooperation and multilateral engagement on regional security challenges, including the #DPRK and #counterterrorism, as well as other foreign policy issues of mutual interest. pic.twitter.com/LBeeGzlgTq— Heather Nauert (@statedeptspox) August 5, 2018
During meetings with Indonesian officials, the Secretary discussed advancing our shared security and bilateral trade and investment goals, affirmed ASEAN centrality, and highlighted Indonesia's leadership in realizing a free and open Indo-Pacific.
This morning, I departed #Indonesia after having met with @jokowi @kemlu_r - I’d like to express my deepest sympathies to all affected by the Aug 5 earthquake in Indonesia’s NTB province, again impacting Lombok & neighboring Bali. We are closely monitoring the aftermath. pic.twitter.com/Y1IsacZQwj— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) August 5, 2018
Grateful for our dedicated team & their families @usembassyjkt @usmission2asean - your efforts are critical to US security, prosperity & influence in the #IndoPacific region @StateDept pic.twitter.com/vdeNWs3tlZ— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) August 5, 2018
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