VOINews, Jakarta - Ambassador of Poland to Indonesia Beata Stoczynska, on Thursday, echoed her country's keenness to forge cooperation in the Likupang Tourism Special Economic Zone (SEZ), Minahasa District, North Sulawesi.
The main reason for the Polish delegation to come to North Sulawesi is to explore cooperation opportunities in the Lipkupang Special Economic Zone, she told the media at a press conference in Manado City, North Sulawesi.
Stoczynska expressed hope that her side would be able to establish economic cooperation not only in the Likupang SEZ but also in various places in the province, such as the SEZ in Bitung City.
The Bitung SEZ, to mention one, has a beautiful port. We would like to present not only Likupang but also other places in North Sulawesi, she remarked.
At the press conference, Ambassador Stoczynska also admitted to being impressed on witnessing the development in North Sulawesi, adding that she is planning to once again visit the province later this month to discuss workable cooperation schemes.
The ambassador also commended the infrastructure development in Manado, as the province's capital city, and the city's modern Sam Ratulangi International Airport.
She said she would meet Governor of North Sulawesi Olly Dondokambey. He is very welcoming and has invited Polish business players to strengthen trade and investment ties between Indonesia and Poland in the future.
Stoczynska then explained that in North Sulawesi, both parties can cooperate in various sectors, such as eco-friendly technology, sustainable development, information technology, and tourism.
During her visit to the province, the ambassador was accompanied by her adviser Stanislaw Stoczynski, the embassy's political and economic counselor Karolina Ionescu, and Director of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) of Jakarta Office Jacek Kolomyjec, among others. (Antaranews)