India revises schedule for australia visit in next two weeks
The first of three scheduled visits by Indonesia’s prime minister will be at Indonesia’s invitation in coming weeks, after the country agreed on Sunday to host the chief guest, the Australian government said.
Australia has said that Jakarta will have to spend about $10 million and a바카라사이트bout $15 million on the two-day conference and to contribute another $15 million for the event itself, as well as about $5 million in assistance to the Indonesians as the country tries to build a stronger relationship with Indonesia.
The meeting is expected to take place at about 5:45 p.m. local time on Monday, when Indonesia’s president Joko Widodo will meet Australian prime minister Tony Abbott for talks at the South Sumatra resort of Yogyakarta.
Malaysia, Australia’s biggest trade partner, is a key partner in Southeast Asia and is considered one of the biggest As우리카지노ian and Pacific states behind the “P5+1” countries that control access for US and Japan to Pacific markets.
Relations between Australia and Indonesia also deteriorated to a new low last year when the Indonesian president and Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Razak were ousted over a corruption case.
Australia and Indonesia are still in the process of negotiat바카라ing the so-called Trans-Pacific Partnership, a 20-nation free-trade deal that Australia hopes will boost trade between the two countries.