President to observe mangrove planting, G20 Summit venues in Bali

President to observe mangrove planting, G20 Summit venues in Bali

President Joko Widodo, accompanied by First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo, travel to Bali Province on Friday (October 8, 2021) to observe the mangrove planting and venues of the 2022 G20 Summit held in 2022. (ANTARA/HO-Biro Pers Sekretariat Presiden/Laily Rachev)

Jakarta (ANTARA) - President Joko Widodo, accompanied by First Lady Iriana, visited Bali on Oct 8 to observe mangrove planting and venues of the 2022 G20 Summit and oversee handling of Bali’s Regional Leadership Communication Forum (Forkopimda).

The head of state, along with his entourage, took off from the Halim Perdanakusuma Air Force (TNI AU) Base in Jakarta aboard the Indonesia-1 presidential aircraft on Friday morning.

Upon his arrival at the I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Badung District, the president will head to the Ngurah Rai Forest Park to observe the mangrove planting.

Thereafter, Jokowi is scheduled to convey his directives to Bali’s Forkopimda at the Wisma Sabha Utama building at the Bali Governor's office complexes.

To complete his working visits in Bali Province, the president will observe several venues for the G20 Summit, as Indonesia has been trusted to host such an international-scale conference.

State Secretary Minister Minister Pratikno, Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi, Presidential Secretariat Head Heru Budi Hartono, Presidential Military Secretary Air Vice Marshal M. Tonny Harjono, Presidential Security Detail Commander Tri Budi Utomo, Presidential Special Staff Coordinator Ari Dwipayana, and Presidential Secretariat's Deputy of Protocol, Press, and Media Bey Machmudin accompanied President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana aboard the flight to Bali Province.

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