The Indonesian embassy, in a grand ceremony held at Hotel Hyatt, marked the Independence Day and Armed Forces Day of Indonesia. The event was a showcase of the rich culture, strength, and unity of Indonesia’s military forces and its significance on the global stage.
Ambassador H.E. Mochammad Chandra Widya Yudha played the perfect host for the evening. In his articulate speech, Ambassador Yudha eloquently touched upon the growing ties between Indonesia and Serbia. He highlighted the substantial strides the two nations have made in bilateral relations and emphasised the collaboration in trade. The Ambassador underscored the mutual benefits both nations have derived from their partnership and expressed optimism about the future of these relations, especially in the domains of trade and security cooperation.
The event was attended Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister, responsible for foreign policy and security and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, along with several other prominent members of the government and the diplomatic corps.
The evening was an embodiment of friendship, cooperation, and the shared aspirations of two nations striving for a peaceful and prosperous future. As attendees mingled and discussed the promising prospects of Indonesia-Serbia relations, the atmosphere at Hotel Hyatt was one of camaraderie and mutual respect.