Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi meets with Afghan President Ashraf Abdul Ghani on Monday, November 6, 2017. (Photo:MoFA)
Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi traveled to Kabul, Afghanistan on Monday, November 6, 2017.
During the visit, Retno paid a courtesy call to Afghan President Ashraf Abdul Ghani. They discussed about the potential bilateral collaborations between the two countries.
"Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi dicussed about bilateral cooperation with President Ashraf Ghani," the Indonesian Foreign Ministry's official twitter account said.
Besides that, Retno joined an official meeting with Afghan High Peace Council (HPC) chairman Mohammad Karim Khalili. They addressed about the political reconciliation in the Central Asia country.
"Indonesia as the largest Muslim-majority country is a role model," it said.
Afghan President Ashraf Abdul Ghani held a working visit to Indonesia earlier this year. The Afghan leader held a bilateral meeting with President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo at Bogor Palace.