President Jokowi Leaves For Abu Dhabi After Meeting Putin
Indonesian President Joko Widodo and First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo when leaving for Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from Vnukovo II Airport, Moscow, Russia, Thursday (30/6/2022). ANTARA/HO-Press Bureau of the Presidential Secretariat

JAKARTA - President Joko Widodo left for Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (PEA), after meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, Russia.

From Vnukovo II Airport, Moscow, Russia, President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo and their entourage took off using the Garuda Indonesia GIA-1 aircraft.

Reported by Antara, Friday, July 1 in the morning, in Abu Dhabi, President Jokowi is scheduled to meet with PEA President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.

President Jokowi will resume discussions on economic and investment cooperation between Indonesia and the PEA.

Also accompanying President Jokowi and the First Lady on the flight to Abu Dhabi, namely Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung.

Jokowi's discussion with Putin

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) conveyed to Russian President Vladimir Putin that Indonesia does not have any interests, unless the conflict in Ukraine ends, the effects that occur as a result can be recovered, at a meeting in the Kremlin, Thursday.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine, which has lasted more than four months, has had a global impact on food, fertilizer and energy, felt by billions of people around the world.

"Indonesia has no interest, unless Indonesia wants the war to end soon and the food, fertilizer and energy supply chains need to be restored immediately, because they have an impact on the lives of hundreds of millions and even billions of people," said President Jokowi in a joint press statement with President Putin, launching the July 1st.

"I call on all world leaders to revive the spirit of multilateralism, the spirit of peace and cooperation. Only with this spirit can peace be achieved," continued President Jokowi.

President Jokowi said hundreds of millions of people were affected by the disruption of the food supply chain, especially in developing countries.

The President appreciated President Putin saying, Russia guarantees the security of food and fertilizer supplies not only from Russia, but also from Ukraine.

"For the sake of humanity, I support the United Nations' efforts to reintegrate Russian food and fertilizer products and Ukrainian food products into global supply chains. In particular regarding seaborne shipments from Ukraine, President Putin said he would guarantee it," said President Jokowi.

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