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Sent Putin an invitation to visit Indonesia in force, said the Ambassador

Addressed to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin an invitation to visit Indonesia this year is still in force, despite the limitations caused by the spread of coronavirus infection, reported RIA Novosti, the country's Ambassador to Russia Mohamad Wahid Supriadi.

The Russian President and the head of Indonesia Joko Widodo was going to hold in-person meeting this year, it was planned, inter alia, to sign the Declaration on strategic cooperation between Moscow and Jakarta. However, the coronavirus pandemic has complicated the situation with the organization of international events.

"The invitation is still valid. Of course, we understand that there are some disruptions in connection with the coronavirus," said Supriadi.

"Depends on the employment of President Putin, of course, and, of course, we need to appreciate the free time our President", - said the Ambassador of Indonesia, adding that details of the possible visit of Putin has not yet announced.

Earlier, the Ambassador of Russia to Indonesia Lyudmila Vorobyeva said that Russia and Indonesia are completely ready to signing of the Declaration on strategic partnership, it only delays the COVID-19. She is confident that the event will occur as soon as an opportunity arises.

Russia and Indonesia came to the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations celebrated this year, with a solid track record of achievements.