Indonesia, South Korea Agree to Boost Bilateral Cooperation

Indonesian president Joko Widodo and his South Korean counterpart Yoon Suk Yeol on Friday discussed ways to strengthen the two countries relations.

During a meeting in Jakarta, the two presidents agreed to strengthen their countries’ security and economic partnership, including by boosting cooperation in arms and electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure.

They further greed to further strengthen arms cooperation and reaffirmed their commitment to successfully completing a joint project to develop KF-21 fighter jets.

Indonesia-South Korea bilateral trade amounted to USD26 billion last year.

Source: Qatar News Agency