Embassy of Indonesia - The Hague http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/ 2017-12-11T19:12:55+00:00 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management Interview with Ngotjeh Magazine 2016-08-03T09:11:35+00:00 2016-08-03T09:11:35+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/802-interview-with-ngotjeh-magazine Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2016/07/2016_ngotjeh.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Interview with Ngotjeh Magazine, 3 August 2016</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2016/07/2016_ngotjeh.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Interview with Ngotjeh Magazine, 3 August 2016</p></div> Minister Natalegawa: Three Main Points for Achieving Asia-Pacific Economic Growth 2013-10-04T14:19:54+00:00 2013-10-04T14:19:54+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/503-minister-natalegawa-three-main-points-for-achieving-asia-pacific-economic-growth danang waskito25@yahoo.com <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;"><img src="images/stories/2013/09/martyapec.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;">Nusa Dua, APEC2013 – Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Marty M. Natalegawa said here Friday there are   three main points that must be pursued by the Asia-Pacific region should they want to gain a balanced equivalence and sustainable economic growth.</span></p> <p> </p> <p>Minister Natalegawa made the statement during a plenary session of the 25th APEC Ministerial Meeting he and Indonesian Trade Minister Gita Wiryawan co-chaired on Friday in Nusa Dua, Bali . </p> <p> </p> <p>"The three main points are achieving the Bogor Goals, ensuring inclusive economic growth with reference to equality and social welfare, and accelerating economic growth in Asia and the Pacific by constantly referring to the need for connectivity in the region," he said. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial meeting’s plenary session was intended to provide foundation for the success of a leaders meeting of the 21 APEC economies taking place on October 7-8, 2013 in this resort zone north of the capital Denpasar. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial plenary meeting was preceded by a number of high-level meetings in which officials discussed various APEC priority issues during the year 2013.</p> <p> </p> <p>The senior officials meetings resulted in various rapid progresses in the process of discussing issues related to achieving the Bogor Goals. Those issues include supports on multilateral trade system, women affairs, small-medium enterprises, food and energy resilience, health, financial inclusive, infrastructure development and investment, border-crossing education, emergency response and travel facilities.   </p> <p> </p> <p>“In addition to those progresses in the process of discussing the topics, the senior officials have managed to reach an agreement on the APEC framework on connectivity, a milestone to further enhance cooperation among the APEC member economies and regional integration,” Minister Natalegawa said.   </p> <p> </p> <p>The plenary ministerial meeting will take place for two days consisting of some sessions. </p> <p> </p> <p>On Saturday October 5, 2013, the meeting will start with working breakfast before two separate panel sessions that will table the theme on APEC and the Evolving Regional Architecture and Roadmap to Bali MC9 (The 9th WTO Ministerial Conference) and APEC 2013 First Priority, Attaining the Bogor Goals.</p> <p> </p> <p>The meeting will be followed by a plenary session under the theme on the sustainable growth with equity and improving connectivity in APEC 2013.</p> <p>(Source: setkab and apec.or.id)</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;"><img src="images/stories/2013/09/martyapec.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;">Nusa Dua, APEC2013 – Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Marty M. Natalegawa said here Friday there are   three main points that must be pursued by the Asia-Pacific region should they want to gain a balanced equivalence and sustainable economic growth.</span></p> <p> </p> <p>Minister Natalegawa made the statement during a plenary session of the 25th APEC Ministerial Meeting he and Indonesian Trade Minister Gita Wiryawan co-chaired on Friday in Nusa Dua, Bali . </p> <p> </p> <p>"The three main points are achieving the Bogor Goals, ensuring inclusive economic growth with reference to equality and social welfare, and accelerating economic growth in Asia and the Pacific by constantly referring to the need for connectivity in the region," he said. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial meeting’s plenary session was intended to provide foundation for the success of a leaders meeting of the 21 APEC economies taking place on October 7-8, 2013 in this resort zone north of the capital Denpasar. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial plenary meeting was preceded by a number of high-level meetings in which officials discussed various APEC priority issues during the year 2013.</p> <p> </p> <p>The senior officials meetings resulted in various rapid progresses in the process of discussing issues related to achieving the Bogor Goals. Those issues include supports on multilateral trade system, women affairs, small-medium enterprises, food and energy resilience, health, financial inclusive, infrastructure development and investment, border-crossing education, emergency response and travel facilities.   </p> <p> </p> <p>“In addition to those progresses in the process of discussing the topics, the senior officials have managed to reach an agreement on the APEC framework on connectivity, a milestone to further enhance cooperation among the APEC member economies and regional integration,” Minister Natalegawa said.   </p> <p> </p> <p>The plenary ministerial meeting will take place for two days consisting of some sessions. </p> <p> </p> <p>On Saturday October 5, 2013, the meeting will start with working breakfast before two separate panel sessions that will table the theme on APEC and the Evolving Regional Architecture and Roadmap to Bali MC9 (The 9th WTO Ministerial Conference) and APEC 2013 First Priority, Attaining the Bogor Goals.</p> <p> </p> <p>The meeting will be followed by a plenary session under the theme on the sustainable growth with equity and improving connectivity in APEC 2013.</p> <p>(Source: setkab and apec.or.id)</p></div> Indonesian Embassy Organized A Fun Bike to commemorate the 69th Anniversary of the Independence of Indonesia 2014-08-02T20:28:01+00:00 2014-08-02T20:28:01+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/2012-11-26-04-10-03/announcement/639-indonesian-embassy-organized-a-fun-bike-to-commemorate-the-69th-anniversary-of-the-independence-of-indonesia danang waskito25@yahoo.com <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2014/07/DSC_6939.JPG" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>As many as 100 participants,- children and adult participants-, were taking part in the Fun Bike organized by the Indonesian Embassy in The Hague on Saturday, 2 August 2014. The Indonesian Ambassador and Mr. Agus Marsudi, along with families of embassy’s staffs and other Indonesian societies were also participating the said Fun Bike, in which they taken 17,5 km of biking from it starts at the Indonesian School in Wassenar to Leidschendam-Voorburg-Wassenaar-Voorscoten-Wassenaar. A total of 1,5 hours were taken by all participants to finish the route.<br /><br />At the event of the event, a small quiz was organize to examine participants’ experience and understanding the route and its surrounding. The Indonesian Ambassador, H.E. Retno L.P. Marsudi closed the activity by giving prizes to the quiz winners and gifts to children whom competed all fun bike’s route.</p> <p><br />The Fun Bike was organized to commemorate the 69th Anniversary of the Independence of Indonesia in the Netherlands. Previously, in June and July 2014, the Embassy had organized several sport competition to commemorate the 69th Independence of Indonesia, including bowling and golf competition.</p> <p><br />Other activities to commemorate the 69th Anniversary of the Independence of Indonesia including: A Hoisting Indonesian Flag Ceremony on 17 August 2014, A Diplomatic Reception on 20 August 2014 and the 2014 Indonesian Day (People Festivity) on 6 September 2014.</p> <p><br />Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, 2 August 2014</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2014/07/DSC_6939.JPG" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>As many as 100 participants,- children and adult participants-, were taking part in the Fun Bike organized by the Indonesian Embassy in The Hague on Saturday, 2 August 2014. The Indonesian Ambassador and Mr. Agus Marsudi, along with families of embassy’s staffs and other Indonesian societies were also participating the said Fun Bike, in which they taken 17,5 km of biking from it starts at the Indonesian School in Wassenar to Leidschendam-Voorburg-Wassenaar-Voorscoten-Wassenaar. A total of 1,5 hours were taken by all participants to finish the route.<br /><br />At the event of the event, a small quiz was organize to examine participants’ experience and understanding the route and its surrounding. The Indonesian Ambassador, H.E. Retno L.P. Marsudi closed the activity by giving prizes to the quiz winners and gifts to children whom competed all fun bike’s route.</p> <p><br />The Fun Bike was organized to commemorate the 69th Anniversary of the Independence of Indonesia in the Netherlands. Previously, in June and July 2014, the Embassy had organized several sport competition to commemorate the 69th Independence of Indonesia, including bowling and golf competition.</p> <p><br />Other activities to commemorate the 69th Anniversary of the Independence of Indonesia including: A Hoisting Indonesian Flag Ceremony on 17 August 2014, A Diplomatic Reception on 20 August 2014 and the 2014 Indonesian Day (People Festivity) on 6 September 2014.</p> <p><br />Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, 2 August 2014</p></div> Appreciation to Indonesian citizens for their enthusiasm during Indonesia’s Presidential Election at the Indonesian Embassy in The Hague 2014-07-06T15:20:20+00:00 2014-07-06T15:20:20+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/2012-11-26-04-10-03/announcement/624-appreciation-to-indonesian-citizens-for-their-enthusiasm-during-indonesia-s-presidential-election-at-the-indonesian-embassy-in-the-hague danang waskito25@yahoo.com <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2014/06/IMG_6891781198546.jpeg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Direct ballot for Indonesia’s presidential election 2014 had been organized smoothly and democratically at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands in The Hague on Saturday, 5th July 2014. A total of 2,342 Indonesian voters participated in the direct vote, as this voter’s number marked an increasing of more than 100 % compared to April 2014 legislative election.</p> <p><br />Thousands Indonesians in the Netherlands enthusiastically participated in the direct ballot, albeit the fact that they waited  in long queues for 1 to 2 hours as the total number of voters were quite high. The voters, however, patiently waited and gave their constitutional-democratic rights of voting for the presidential election. Voters at the Embassy’s polling station came from various backgrounds including Indonesian students and communities, they were also coming from cities in the Netherlands, and many of them were also bringing their families including children.<br /><br />The Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, H.E. Retno L.P. Marsudi expressed her high appreciation to all Indonesian citizens whom enthusiastically participating in the direct ballot. Indonesian citizens’ enthusiasm reflected a great popular support to a democratic system and democratic process in Indonesia. On the other hand, it was also a reflection of an increasing constitutional-political awareness among the peoples. An appreciation was also extended to all election’s organizing committee and related stakeholders, including PPLN (Overseas Election Committee ), KPPSLN (Overseas Election Organizing Group, Panwaslu (Elections Supervisory Committee,  all election witnesses, for their tireless efforts in organizing a democratic, secure and peaceful presidential election. <br /><br />Indonesians who were unable to directly cast their votes at polling stations could send the ballots by mail (post). Counting of the direct votes will be conducted on 9 July 2014, while counting of post/ mail votes will be conducted on July 15, 2014.<br /><br /></p> <p>Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, 6 July 2014</p> <p>(Photo: Courtesy Eddi Santoso-PPLN Den Haag)</p> <p> </p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2014/06/IMG_6891781198546.jpeg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Direct ballot for Indonesia’s presidential election 2014 had been organized smoothly and democratically at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands in The Hague on Saturday, 5th July 2014. A total of 2,342 Indonesian voters participated in the direct vote, as this voter’s number marked an increasing of more than 100 % compared to April 2014 legislative election.</p> <p><br />Thousands Indonesians in the Netherlands enthusiastically participated in the direct ballot, albeit the fact that they waited  in long queues for 1 to 2 hours as the total number of voters were quite high. The voters, however, patiently waited and gave their constitutional-democratic rights of voting for the presidential election. Voters at the Embassy’s polling station came from various backgrounds including Indonesian students and communities, they were also coming from cities in the Netherlands, and many of them were also bringing their families including children.<br /><br />The Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, H.E. Retno L.P. Marsudi expressed her high appreciation to all Indonesian citizens whom enthusiastically participating in the direct ballot. Indonesian citizens’ enthusiasm reflected a great popular support to a democratic system and democratic process in Indonesia. On the other hand, it was also a reflection of an increasing constitutional-political awareness among the peoples. An appreciation was also extended to all election’s organizing committee and related stakeholders, including PPLN (Overseas Election Committee ), KPPSLN (Overseas Election Organizing Group, Panwaslu (Elections Supervisory Committee,  all election witnesses, for their tireless efforts in organizing a democratic, secure and peaceful presidential election. <br /><br />Indonesians who were unable to directly cast their votes at polling stations could send the ballots by mail (post). Counting of the direct votes will be conducted on 9 July 2014, while counting of post/ mail votes will be conducted on July 15, 2014.<br /><br /></p> <p>Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, 6 July 2014</p> <p>(Photo: Courtesy Eddi Santoso-PPLN Den Haag)</p> <p> </p></div>