The Indonesian Embassy in Colombo handed over certificates to eight Ruhuna State University students who had passed the basic Indonesian language class organized by the Indonesian Embassy in Colombo. The certificates were handed over by Indonesian Ambassador to Sri Lanka, I Gusti Ngurah Ardiyasa to Vice Chancellor of Ruhuna State University, Prof. Sujeewa Amarasena when he met at Ruhuna State University last July 14. These students have attended basic Indonesian classes for 3 months. They are considered to have met the requirements to graduate from the basic Indonesian language class. At the same time, Ambassador Ardiyasa also explored cooperation in the field of education between Ruhuna State University in Sri Lanka and State universities in Indonesia.
In dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic situation, which has not yet subsided, the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad is aggressively conducting a virtual business matching to facilitate meetings between Indonesian and Pakistani SMEs’ entrepreneurs. From 12 to 14 July 2021, the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad in collaboration with Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan held the "Indonesia-Pakistan B-to-B Hybrid Meeting" in Lahore City. A total of 10 SME companies participated in the hybrid B-to-B meeting. The hybrid B-to-B meeting is that where Pakistani buyers are present in a special room provided by the Indonesian Embassy, and Indonesian exporters are connected online. This activity has attracted a potential transaction worth around Rp 70 billion.