Indonesia impressed by Georgian reforms, wants to share them

The Indonesian delegation has been sharing Georgia’s experience during the past two days. Photo by Georgia's Foreign Ministry., 01 Nov 2016 - 10:57, Tbilisi,Georgia

Indonesia is interested in the reforms Georgia has implemented and wants to share the experience of the country’s successful governance.

The southeast Asian state sent a high-level governmental delegation for a two-day visit to Georgia to receive information regarding the successful reforms carried out in the Georgian economy and the innovations introduced in the sector of public services.

The Indonesian delegation was comprised of senior officials of local governments of cities and provinces, representatives from the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board and other officials.

Diah Natalisa, Indonesia’s Deputy Minister for Public Service Affairs said the Indonesian Government was particularly interested in two fields:

  • The reforms which have been carried to make the public service sector more effective; and
  • The reforms which improved the business environment in Georgia, and which let the country advance in the Doing Business rankings.

The Indonesian side also expressed its commitment towards further intensifying cooperation with Georgia in the areas of economy and tourism.