The Indonesian Embassy in Pretoria, as the host of the ASEAN Pretoria Committee, held a Golf Day 2021 event which was attended by ambassadors and representatives of ASEAN and friendly countries. According to the Information, Socio-Cultural Function of the Indonesian Embassy in Pretoria, the food served by Indonesia received a good reception from the ambassadors and representatives of the friendly countries as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Defence, and the Department of Human Settlement of South Africa. The ASEAN Golf Day 2021 was held at the start of the week as a friendly competition, with the implementation of strict health protocols, and was attended by 40 participants. Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of South Africa, Avin Bottes opened the tournament which highlighted distinctive Indonesian nuances and various ornaments representing Indonesia. The Indonesian Embassy in Pretoria also took advantage of the event to promote Indonesian products that have been circulating in the South African market, such as instant noodles, drinks, biscuits, candy, medicines and coconut products.
The Indonesia-Morocco Council for Trade and Investment Cooperation (DK PRIMA) will increase trade between the two countries by 100 times in the next ten years. This was decided at the DK PRIMA National Working Meeting which was held at Vila Balimuda, Bogor, West Java, last Saturday (3/4). To achieve this target, DK PRIMA encourages both countries to immediately sign a Preferred Trade Agreement. In addition, DK PRIMA also plans to invite Moroccan King Mohammed VI to visit Indonesia.