Jakarta – President Joko Widodo will visit Timor Leste on Wednesday as a part of a drive to strengthen bilateral relations and development cooperations with the country.
Joko is scheduled for separate meetings with Timor Leste President Taur Matan Ruak and Prime Minister Y.M. Maria de Araujo on Wednesday.
The bilateral meetings will discuss strengthening cooperations in trade, investment, energy and infrastructure development, a statement released by the Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry said on Monday.
The leaders will also discuss the joint-commitment to settling border issues, both on land and sea.
Both presidents are slated to sign five Memorandum of Understandings in five areas: youth and sports, archives, climatology and geophysics, search and rescue, and energy, oil and mineral resources.