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Slovakia Interested in Investing in Indonesia

Written By Kepri Online on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 | 00:23



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Riau Islands Governor Muhammad Sani (kepriprov.go.id)

Slovakia's ambassador to Indonesia Stefan Rozkopal said, his country's very interested in investing in Indonesia and is developing a number of investments in some areas.

"Free Trade Zone (FTZ) of Batam become one of Slovakia investment destination than other regions in Indonesia. Slovak Government to make Indonesia a priority investment destination," he said during a visit to the Office of the Concession (BP) of Batam with 34 ambassadors to Indonesia for Diplomatic Tour 2012 held the Foreign Ministry said Saturday.

Stefan said that currently there are several projects in the works of Slovakia in several areas including Batam Indonesia.

He added that Slovakia is looking for projects in Indonesia that could also channel experts in the project.

"The energy sector, transport, agriculture and the environment sector is the most desirable Slovakia in Indonesia," he said.

Director of Integrated Services and Public Relation of BP Batam, Dwi Djoko Wiwoho said, Slovakia interested in investing in the development of steam power plant (CPP) capacity of 2x60 MW in Batam with an investment of 185 million U.S. dollars.

"The project power plant is planned to be in cooperation with PT Batam City Development (PKB) and located in Kabil," he said.

The investment plan is a follow up of the cooperation agreement between Slovakia agreements with companies that have signed on June 12, 2012 and in Bratislava, Slovakia, witnessed by Minister for Economic Affairs Hatta Rajasa and Minister of Finance of the Government of Slovakia.

"There are four areas of business were signed, one of which is the power plant project in Batam," said Djoko.

Besides visiting BP Batam, number ambassador also met with the Governor of Riau Islands Muhammad Sani and made visits to a number of industrial estates in Batam and Bintan Island.

Diplomatic Agenda Tour is planned to last until Sunday to visit some tourist areas on the island of Bintan.(kepri.antaranews.com)
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