Fifth networking of businessmen from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Indonesia (VIDEO)
The fifth networking of businessmen from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Indonesia took place today in Sarajevo, organized by the Embassy of Indonesia in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Indonesian Ambassador Roem Kono stated at the opening that the Government of his country has always supported the strengthening of bilateral relations between the two countries, and that from May 2022 BH. nationals can visit Indonesia with a visa on arrival.
“The focus of this activity is the promotion of trade, especially in food, beverages, coffee, spices, cosmetics, herbs, wood, fashion, as well as leading products such as paper, palm oil, fats and charcoal,” stated Ambassador Kono.
He called on the business communities in Indonesia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to strengthen the supply chain and trade.
“After this event, I hope that there will be interest from both sides that the Embassy will be able to facilitate transactions and business deals,” said Kono.
The Deputy Minister of Trade of Indonesia, Jerry Sambuaga, pointed out that today’s networking has great potential and importance, not only for strengthening trade ties, but also for better acquaintance and understanding between the two peoples.
Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hamdo Tinjak, emphasized that, although trade between the two countries could be greater, it should be recognized that in a relatively short time, this business forum enabled a better connection between the two economies.