According to a statement of the Indonesian Embassy in Bucharest, Romania, on Saturday, the Indonesian people visited the embassy to celebrate and deepen friendship.
The embassy provided Indonesian culinary delicacies, such as rice dumplings, crackers, chili sambal, and braised chicken.
Indonesian Ambassador to Romania M. Amhar Azeth welcomed tens of people and the embassy staff, who attended the celebrations.
Meanwhile, Indonesians in New Delhi, India, also celebrated Eid al-Fitr at the Wisma Duta of the Indian Embassy that bore the theme of "Ramadhan Peer Milengge."
According to the Indonesian Embassy in New Delhi, Indonesian people from cities near New Delhi, including Aligarh, Gurgaon, Noida, and Lucknow, also attended the event.
At least 100 Indonesian Muslims were heard echoing the takbir, tahlil, and tahmid to celebrate the day.
The embassy also served specific cookies and pastries, such as pineapple pie, along with garlic crackers and roasted peanuts.
The day was also celebrated by Non-Muslim Indonesians in New Delhi to strengthen friendship and brotherhood.