Two Indonesian state-owned companies, PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PT DI) and Indonesian Export Financing Institution-Indonesia Eximbank signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Nusa Dua Bali, on Tuesday (20/8). The sigining of the MoU was witnessed by Indonesian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, AM, Fachir. The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on the sidelines of the Indonesia and Africa Infrastructure Dialogue. AM Fachir after signing the memorandum of understanding to the media appreciated the cooperation between the two companies. AM Fachir said the cooperation was a good collaboration in investing in African countries.
“This is a very good combination and synergy among stakeholders in Indonesia, including for state-owned enterprises. And we actually encourage private sector to do the same things," said AM, Fachir.
AM Fachir added that the cooperation between Indonesian Export Financing Institution-Indonesia Eximbank and PT Dirgantara Indonesia has been carried out for a long time. Indonesia Eximbank also has conducted cooperation with PT Wika to work on infrastructure project in African countries.
“PT DI and bank Exim agreed to develop their existing cooperation, because the companies have existed in some African countries and they want to develop it in the future. What they do today is to ensure that both the plan and its guarantee can run well,” said AM, Fachir.
AM Fachir further said that Indonesian government hopes privates sectors in Indonesia are also involved in cooperation to work on projects in African countries.// (VOI/BORGIAS/trans-yati/EDT/AHM)