Chinese Ambassador highlights 30-year relations with ASEAN ASEAN

Chinese Ambassador highlights 30-year relations with ASEAN

Indonesia’s Jakarta Post recently published an article by Chinese Ambassador to ASEAN Deng Xijun that highlighted progresses in ASEAN-China bilateral ties over the past three decades, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of dialogue relations between ASEAN and China.
1.8 million doses of Sinovac vaccine arrive in Jakarta ASEAN

1.8 million doses of Sinovac vaccine arrive in Jakarta

An additional 1,808,040 doses of Sinovac vaccine arrived at Soekarno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta on September 14, bringing the total doses of COVID-19 vaccine that Indonesia has so far to more than 243 million, consisting of ready-to-administer and bulk vaccines.
Indonesia accelerates key projects with Japan World

Indonesia accelerates key projects with Japan

Indonesia is pushing for faster progress on flagship infrastructure projects on which it is cooperating with Japan, but various issues have yet to be settled, including pricing.
Vietnam works toward increasing ASEAN's centrality in addressing challenges Politics

Vietnam works toward increasing ASEAN's centrality in addressing challenges

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh’s attendance in the upcoming ASEAN Leaders' Meeting in Indonesia aims to affirm that Vietnam gives priority to strengthening solidarity and mutual support with ASEAN member states, thus boosting the bloc’s centrality and position in tackling emerging challenges and building a peaceful environment conducive to sustainable development in each member country and the whole region.
Indonesia pursues three terror suspects in Jakarta World

Indonesia pursues three terror suspects in Jakarta

The Indonesian Police's anti-terror squad Densus 88 has searched for three suspected terrorists in close heels to the arrests of four other suspects in Jakarta, Bekasi, and Tangerang, reported Indonesia’s Antara news agency.
Jakarta wants 10,000 electric buses by 2030 World

Jakarta wants 10,000 electric buses by 2030

Jakarta-owned bus operator Transjakarta has an ambitious plan to expand its electric bus (e-bus) fleet to 10,000 units over the decade as the city tries to push for cleaner air.
Jakarta extends large-scale social restriction World

Jakarta extends large-scale social restriction

The local government of Jakarta has decided to prolong the transitional period of the large-scale social restrictions by another two weeks from December 7-21, amid the increase COVID-19 cases in the Indonesia’s capital city.
Indonesia: Jakarta eases large-scale social restrictions World

Indonesia: Jakarta eases large-scale social restrictions

Jakarta capital of Indonesia has begun easing large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) over two weeks since October 12, following a slowdown in the growth of new COVID-19 infections after a partial lockdown was re-imposed in the city on September 14.