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Labuan Bajo became an attraction  at the Southeast European tourism exhibition event of Belgrade International Tourism Fair which was held in Belgrade, Serbia, February 20-23, 2020.  Indonesian Embassy in Belgrade collaborated with the Labuan Bajo Flores of Authority's Implementing Agency to promote Labuan Bajo at Belgrade International Tourism  fair which  is held every year presented around 900 exhibitors from 40 countries and visited by around 65,000 visitors. Secretary of Economic Function of the Indonesian Embassy in Belgrade, Tri Aryadi to Antara London on Sunday (23/2) explained that the participation of the Indonesian Embassy in Belgrade in this exhibition was one of the priority programs in 2020. For visitors and travel agents in Serbia, information about Labuan Bajo is new thing  to the people who have only known Bali all this time, which is still a favorite destination for Serbian tourists.

Indonesia  collaborated with  provincial government of Dakahlia held "Indonesia-Egypt Cultural Day" at the Mansoura City Public Library, Dakahlia, Egypt (20/02/2020). The activity was enlivened by exhibitions of Indonesian and Egyptian products and handicrafts, tourism exhibitions, art and cultural performances, and bilateral meetings between local government officials and the Indonesian Embassy in Cairo. Cairo's Educational and Cultural Attachment Usman Syihab, representing the Indonesian Ambassador toEgypt Helmy Fauzy explained that Indonesia and Egypt have very close relations long before Indonesia's independence. He hopes the activity will produce concrete result in strengthening relations between the two countries in the present and the future, in introducing particularly  to Egyptian youth about Indonesian culture which is very rich and diversed.

Micro and Small Medium Enterprises (UMKM) busines players in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) are continuously encouraged to improve the quality of products to target the market in the United States. It was said by  Governor of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), H Zulkieflimansyah, when opening the craftsman training or Small and Medium Enterprises in NTB that cooperated with  the Indonesian Consulate General in New York, United States, in Mataram, Monday. Zulkieflimansyah hopes that the training will improve the human resources of the craftsmen of Small and Medium Enterprises. So,   they  improve their quality to explore  the market  in the United States.

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