Chargé d'Affaires a.i. Zhou Kan Attended the Joint Ramadan Care Package Donation Event of the Embassy of China in Indonesia and Nahdlatul Ulama

2024-04-02 18:18

On 1 April 2024, the Embassy of China in Indonesia and Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), the largest Islamic organization in Indonesia, jointly organised a Ramadan care package donation event at the PBNU office building. Minister Zhou Kan, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. of the Embassy, and Mr. Moesafa, Secretary of the LAZISNU, attended and delivered speeches.

Mr. Zhou Kan sent Ramadan greetings to Indonesian Muslims, saying that the China-Indonesia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership has achieved fruitful results in 2023. At the invitation of President Xi Jinping, President Joko visited China twice last year, and the two leaders reached a new important consensus on turning the building of a China-Indonesia community with a shared future into reality. The trade volume between the two countries has reached a new high, the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway has been successfully put into operation, and travel between the two countries is in full swing. Indonesia’s President-elect Prabowo Subianto has chosen China as his first overseas visit as President-elect and was in Beijing today. It is believed that China-Indonesia relations will continue to develop at a high level and constantly make new and significant progress. The Chinese side is willing to strengthen friendly cooperation with NU, continue to provide scholarships and jointly implement new livelihood projects to bring more benefits to the Indonesian people.

Mr. Moesafa thanked the Embassy for donating Ramadan care packages to 1000 people in need. He expressed that NU has always maintained friendly cooperation with the Chinese side, and that NU is willing to further strengthen bilateral cooperation in the fields of education, health, environmental protection, social welfare and humanitarian assistance.

During the event, Mr Zhou Kan and Mr Moesafa handed over Ramadan care packages containing daily necessities such as rice, sugar, cooking oil and flour to the representatives of the Indonesian people.