"We spoke about the relations between the two countries and also about the ways we can improve them," Malik stated at the Presidential Palace complex here on Friday.
He reiterated that the meeting with President Jokowi was aimed to discuss ways to increase cooperation between the two countries.
"The two countries have established cooperation in different sectors such as education, business, economy, and investment," he said, adding that they also discussed other global issues.
However, he was tightlipped when questioned whether they discussed the fate of death row convict Lindsay Sandiford.
The Indonesian government is currently making preparations for the third phase of execution of the death row inmates.
Although the Attorney Generals Office has not yet announced the list of prisoners to be executed in the third phase, Sandiford claimed to have been ready to face death.