The Indonesian Foreign Ministry's Director General of American and European Affairs Muhammad Anshor, Monday in Jakarta, said that the Indonesian government was committed to continuing to enhance bilateral cooperation with Venezuela. Speaking while attending the celebration of the Republic of Venezuela's National Day, Muhammad Anshor said the two countries should continue to make efforts so that an increase in bilateral cooperation can be achieved. Muhammad Anshor said that the cooperative relationship between Indonesia and Venezuela is a mutually beneficial mutual relationship. He believes Venezuela also has the same commitment as Indonesia to work together to improve bilateral relations between the two countries.
"Furthermore the bilateral relation between the two countries, Indonesia reiterate its commitment to enhancing the bilateral cooperation in various fields. In this connection, the two countries should make every endeavor to achieve it. I believe that the commitments are mutual. Indonesia equally has strong commitment as Venezuela to expanding and deepening cooperation in all field of common interest. Indonesia is ready to work together with Venezuela to strengthen bilateral relation which is of beneficial in nature," Muhammad Anshor said.
Furthermore, Director General of American and European Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Muhammad Anshor also expressed his condolences of the Indonesian government for the tragedy that occurred in Venezuela. He also expressed hope of the Indonesian government that peace and stability could be maintained in Venezuela. (VOI/NDY/AHM)