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The Embassy of Indonesia in The Hague held “Indonesian Coffee Cupping 2021” event to promote 36 specialty coffee varieties to prospective buyers in The Hague, Netherlands. The coffee varieties were produced by 22 farmers from various areas in Indonesia, such as Sumatera, Java, Bali, Flores, Sulawesi, and Papua.
Last week (08/04) a webinar was organised for incubators and accelerators from Indonesia and Netherlands to meet and discuss the further development of the start-up ecosystem in Indonesia.
The Embassy presents 2 video programmes, Andaliman Chicken cooking demonstration by Chef Agus and Renggong Manis Dance, a traditional dance from Betawi, an ethnic from Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia.
Indonesia has garnered praise for its decision to provide humanitarian assistance to the nearly 100 Rohingya migrants stranded off the northern coast of Aceh this week, as pressure mounts on the region to deal with the crisis in Myanmar.
Over the last decade the persistent flooding of Jakarta has worsened. Home to 30 million people, the recent major flooding of Jakarta occurred on 1 January, leading to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people. Researchers from the Water, Climate & Future Deltas hub contributed their insights on flood governance and future uncertainty to a focus group discussion at the Indonesian Embassy on dealing with floods in Jakarta.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia, HE. I Gusti Agung Wesaka Puja attended and delivered his speech in the conference "Indonesia Now 2019" in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Tuesday, 12 November 2019. The conference is organized by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Dutch Culture.
On Tuesday October 1st, six Dutch companies and the Open University signed a so called Partners for International Business agreement with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). The goal is to jointly explore opportunities for business and cooperation in waste and circular economy with Indonesian counterparts in the next two to three years.