In Indonesia, Pence Sign Five MoU

In Indonesia, Pence Sign Five MoU
Vice President of United States (US), Michael Pence
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JAKARTA - Vice President of United States (US), Michael Pence arrived at the Halim Perdana Kusuma airport, Jakarta on Wednesday.

The US vice president along with his wife Karen Pence and their two daughters aboard the US presidential aircraft the United States Of America number 80002, upon arrival from Tokyo were greeted by the Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and Energy and Mineral Resources Minister, Ignasius Jonan at the airport.

Other ranking officials who greeted Pence including the Indonesian ambassador to the US, Bowo Leksono and the US ambassador to Indonesia, Joseph Donovan. Pence left Japan to Indonesia on Wednesday after ending his trip to Tokyo.

While in Indonesia up to April 21, Pence  scheduled to pay a courtesy call on President Joko Widodo at the Merdeka Palace and later hold bilateral talks with Vice President Jusuf Kalla at the Vice Presidential Palace on Thursday.

He will also visit Istiqlal Grand Mosque and hold a dialog with leaders of different religions. From Istiqlal, he will hold a meeting with the ASEAN secretary general as part of a series of activities marking the 40th anniversary of the US-Asian relations.

On Friday (April 21), Pence and Kalla will witness the signing of Memorandums of Understanding after opening and addressing the US-Indonesia Business Meeting held at Hotel Shangrila, Jakarta. The MoU signing will be with five companies in the fields of energy and information technology.

The five US companies that will sign the MoU are General Electric (GE), Applied Materials (AMAT), Lockhead Martin, Honeywell, and Greenbelt Waste Resources.

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