"Mr President said that we are interested in joining the infrastructure development there," Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi told journalists following President Jokowi's meetings with several foreign leaders, including King Mswati III, at the Merdeka Palace in Jakarta on Sunday.
The King of Eswatini came from southern Africa to attend the swearing in ceremony of Jokowi and Vice President Ma'ruf Amin and delivered his willingness to enhance the two countries' bilateral ties, Marsudi said.
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She affirmed that Africa countries are Indonesian foreign politics' focus particularly in the context of economic development partnership.
"Indonesia's state printing company Percetakan Negara is currently holding an initial talk with the Kingdom of Eswatini to discuss about printing of the kingdom's documents," Marsudi said.
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