Jokowi inaugurates five new ambassadors

Jokowi inaugurates five new ambassadors

President Joko Widodo sworn in five new ambassadors who will represent Indonesia in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Serbia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mauritania, North Korea and Czech Republic, at the State Palace on Wednesday (13/2/2019). ANTARA News/Desca Lidya Natalia

Jakarta, (ANTARA News) - Five new ambassadors, who will represent Indonesia in several countries, were inaugurated by President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) at the State Palace here on Wednesday.

Andriana Supandi was sworn in as the Indonesian ambassador to Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands, while Mochammad Chandra Widya Yudha took the oath as the Indonesian ambassador to Serbia and Montenegro.

Meanwhile, Hasrul Azwar was sworn in as the Indonesian ambassador to Morocco and Mauritania, while Berlian Napitupulu took the oath as the Indonesian ambassador to North Korea. Kenssy Dwi Ekaningsih became the Indonesian ambassador to Czech Republic.

Reporting by Desca Lidya Natalia, Rahmad Nasution

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