Jakarta, MINA – President Joko Widodo received congratulations from almost all state leaders and institutions attending the series of activities at G20 Summit at INTEX, Osaka, Friday, June 28.
Head of State Protocol Andri Hadi who accompanied and was close to President Jokowi told Setkab.go.id, almost all heads of state or heads of government who met President Jokowi expressed their congratulations.
“Congratulation … congratulation,” said Andri Hadi mimicking the first words of the heads of state or head of government when meet President Jokowi.
According to Andri, the speech was conveyed on various occasions during the G20 Summit, such as when waiting for official welcome and family photos, and when the heads of state or heads of government will start Leader ‘s Side Event.
The heads of state or heads of government include US President Donald Trump, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Royal Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Dutch PM Mark Rutte, President France’s Emmanuel Macron, Italian PM Giuseppe Conte, British Prime Minister Theresa May, Indian PM Narendra Modi and Spanish President Pedrosan Chez.
In addition, also congratulated President Jokowi was IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.
Furthermore, President attends Leader ‘s Side Event with the theme “Digital Economy”. Between the two working lunch sessions, the President hold a bilateral meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
As for the first working lunch session, the theme raised was “Digital Economy & Trade and Investment”. While the second session took the theme “Innovation on Digital Economy and Artificial Intelligence”.
After that, President was scheduled to hold several bilateral meetings, and later in the evening, with Ms. Iriana going to Osaka Geihinkan. At that place, the leaders of G20 countries will be treated to a cultural performance and a joint dinner. (T/Sj/P2)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)