Tag: embassy

For 24 hours Indonesian student is Danish ambassador

How is a typical day for an ambassador? Syarifah Reihana Fakhry is the right to ask, when it comes to be the Danish ambassador of Indonesia. The Danish Embassy crowned the Indonesian university student as acting ambassador for one full day, after she won a contest hosted by the embassy dubbed the “Ambassador1Day.” “The idea…

New reviews on opportunities in Indonesia for Norwegian businesses

Participants reviewed opportunities in Indonesia for business expansion and investment by Norwegian businesses in an Indonesian Business Discussion, initiated by the Indonesian Embassy in Oslo, Norway. The event is a follow up to the earlier bilateral meeting between the Indonesian and Norwegian Foreign Affairs Ministers in Jakarta on 30 May 2016, according to a press…

Danish Agriculture and Food Council enhances cooperation with Indonesia

On April 2016, Denmark and Indonesia signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance cooperation in the agribusiness sector. Now, in June 2016, it’s time to follow up on the contract according to Indonesian Ambassador to Denmark, Muhammad Ibnu Said in a news statement on behalf of the Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen. He stated the importance…

Indonesia Bazaar and Cultural Festival in Copenhagen to promote friendship

Copenhageners were invited to become more familiar with one of Asia’s most populous countries on 27-28 May 2015 at the Indonesia Bazaar and Cultural Festival held at the Indonesian Embassy in Hellerup, Denmark. On a day of non-stop fun and excitement, one event led to another, including live traditional music by music groups from Sweden and Germany,…

Norwegian Boys’ Choir invited to sing in Singapore

On the occasion of launching the new oil rig”Ivar Aasen”, the Norwegian oil company ASA invited the Nidaros Cathedral Boys’ Choir to perform at their event on 21 May 2016. The choir will perform on the shipyard, and again at the following “Sail-Away”-party at hotel Ritz Carlton in Singapore. After the launching the rig will…