The City Government of Hamburg, Germany expressed interest in collaborating with Indonesia in 5 fields, namely ports, maritime industry, digitization of logistics, new renewable energy and start-ups. This was conveyed by Head of the Foreign Trade Division of the Ministry of Economy and Innovation, State of Hamburg, Kolja Harders in a virtual meeting with the Indonesian Consul General (Konjen) Hamburg, Ardian Wicaksono on Tuesday (16/2). Harders who visited Indonesia in 2019, pointed out that these five fields are very potential and have multiple effects on other industrial sectors.
Indonesia continues to collaborate and coordinate with Iran in the health sector, both between government and private. This was stated by Indonesian Ambassador to Iran, Ronny P. Yuliantoro before the participants of The Third Technology Investment Meeting (TIM2021) which has been held in Tehran recently. One of the collaborations was the signing of a Product Supply Agreement for the hemodialysis machine which was held in early February. The collaboration was carried out between Arya Teb Firouz Co. and Barakah Medika Nusantara. Ambassador Ronny Yuliantoro also stated that cooperation is also expected to be carried out with other D-8 member countries, especially the development of the health industry, research and development of human resources in the health sector.