The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi landed in Indonesia on Wednesday where President Joko Widodo welcomed him.
Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed the Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces warmly shook hands with President Joko Widodo at the Soekarno Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company signed a vital deal with Indonesian state oil producer Pertamina on Wednesday, to examine openings upstream and downstream in both nations.
“Numerous GCC pioneers have visited Indonesia previously,” said Mr Bagis, including that Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed’s visit to the nation is a positive forward step towards progressing UAE-Indonesia relations.
Prince Mohamed and Mr Widodo saw the consenting of 12 arrangements between the UAE and Indonesia crosswise over different fields, for example, trade, defence, energy culture and the environment.
The two heads visited the sprawling Bogor Botanical Gardens, south of Jakarta, where they planted a tree to stamp the profound established kinship which exists between the countries.
Sheikh Mohamed left a note in the Bogo Palace guests book, offering his thanks for the warm hospitality he experienced in the “friendly” nation.
“The respective ties between our two nations are solid, and I trust that they proceed to develop and advance, in light of the two friendly countries and their people,” composed Sheikh Mohamed.
“These relations have seen development and advancement in different fields, and there is an Emirati vision for further building up these relations during the following stage.”
Also added that the UAE under the administration of Sheikh Khalifa “has an incredible enthusiasm for fortifying relations and organizations with the Republic of Indonesia in numerous significant and fundamental territories, particularly in the fields of renewable energy, oil, farming, oil, the tourism industry and investment.”
“The financial relations between the two nations have a lot of chances and components of improvement and prosperity, which is crucial to invest in, later on, to further fortify advancement ties,” Prince Mohamed stated, according to international media.