Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesian Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto, in his press release on Saturday, expressed his willingness to strengthen defense cooperation between Indonesia and Morocco in the future.
On Friday, Subianto received a visit from Morocco’s ambassador to Indonesia, Ouadia Benabdellah, at the office of the Ministry of Defense here.
The minister hailed the visit made by the Moroccan ambassador to Indonesia and the defense cooperation established with Morocco.
“Indonesia welcomes the good relations and defense cooperation built with Morocco, which is based on three pillars,” he noted.
These pillars include developing mutual trust, building defense capabilities and encouraging the independence of the defense industry.
Meanwhile, Benabdellah expects the meeting to further consolidate diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Morocco in a more strategic direction in the defense and security sector.
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