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President Joko Widodo: 78 Percent of Indonesians trust National Police

VOI NEWS 10.00 LOCAL TIME, GMT+7, 10.10.2017

President Joko Widodo says that 78 percent of Indonesians trust the National Police –Polri, putting the department on the top-four list. He addressed Police Academy cadets in Semarang, Central Java on Monday, October 9th that he is very pleased that public trust of Polri is the fourth highest. But he doesn’t expect the Police chief to stop here. It must be improved to 80 percent. He also wants police to accelerate public service digitalization process, including in the application of driver’s license -SIM, vehicles registration -STNK and police record -SKCK. He said that public trust is invaluable. Police Chief, Tito Karnavian said that President Joko Widodo’s statement serves as a reminder that police should improve their public service by innovation and breakthrough to bring police closer to the people, including the obligation of police to act more emphatically in front of the public. (Tempo)

 

Middle East companies seek business opportunity in Indonesia

Some Middle East companies will seek a new investment opportunity in Indonesia by visiting the new Kertajati International Airport (BIJB) in Majalengka district, West Java. The airport visit is aimed at introducing new business opportunities in the district, including in the Aero-city zone set up nearby the airbase. This was reported by Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry in its written statement received by Antara News Agency on Monday. As a part of the Indonesia-Middle East Annual Gathering on Economy (IMAGE), hosted from October 8 to 10 in Bandung, West Java, the business trip is believed to facilitate economic partnership between the two regions. The annual gathering inaugurated by West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan is attended by some high-ranking officials, including the ministry's Middle East director, ambassadors, and 52 Middle East companies. Apart from the business trip, the annual gathering also featured some main programs, including the business forum, "one-on-one" meeting of the West Java and Middle East companies, exhibition, fashion show, and trips to some industrial parks. (Ant)

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