Indonesia and Ethiopia have huge potential in increasing relations and cooperation in the field of businesses based start-ups, especially those done by young entrepreneurs in both countries. As in Indonesia, nowadays the start-up business run by young people in Ethiopia is also growing rapidly. The Indonesian young entrepreneurs will cooperate with young Ethiopian entrepreneurs. It was addressed in the 1st Indonesia-Ethiopia Young Entrepreneurs Forum held by Indonesian Embassy in Addis Ababa on Tuesday (11/6). The forum with the theme ‘The Growing Trend of Start-up Businesses’ was attended by around 140 Ethiopian young entrepreneurs and speakers from Indonesia. Indonesian Ambassador to Ethiopia, Djibouti and the African Union, Al Busyra Basnur, when officially opened the forum said that the forum aimed at encouraging economic and trade cooperation between Indonesia and Ethiopia, especially among young entrepreneurs who develop business start-ups.
The acceptance of new university students of State University in 2019, Malikussaleh University, Aceh opens not only domestic student admissions, but also international classes that can be attended by foreign students. The joint registration entrance to State Universities starts simultaneously at 10 to 24 June. Malikussaleh University has received 3,798 students for 31 study programs. Rector of Malikussaleh University, Herman Fithra said on Thursday (6/13) that from the total student admissions, there are 1,323 students for science and technology fields divided into 18 study programs. While in the social and humanities fields, Malikussaleh University receives 1,475 new students for 13 study programs.
The Indonesian and Polish Parliaments are committed to improving cooperation between the two countries through the Polish-Indonesian Bilateral Cooperation Group. It was stated by Chairman of the Bilateral Cooperation Group, Danuta Pietraszewska in a press release of the Indonesian Embassy in Poland received in Jakarta on Thursday (13/6). The commitment of increasing cooperation was conveyed by Pietraszewska when meeting Indonesian Ambassador to Poland, Siti Nugraha Mauludiah along with seven of the 16 members of the Polish parliament who were members of the Poland-Indonesia Bilateral Cooperation Group in Warsaw on Wednesday (12/6). The Indonesian Ambassador appreciated the increasing cooperation between the Polish and Indonesian parliaments over the last several years, one of which was through the exchange of parliamentary visits.