PM to visit Indonesia

4 July 2016: Prime Minister John Key is leading a high level business delegation to Indonesia in July.

Following a trip to Italy and France, Mr Key will travel to Indonesia for a two-day visit aimed at boosting New Zealand’s economic and political links.

“I am looking forward to meeting with President Joko Widodo and discussing a number of areas where we have common links including in business, education and renewable energy.

“Indonesia is an important regional partner for New Zealand and a key player in Asia-Pacific. It is New Zealand’s 13th largest two-way trade partner and we see huge potential to build that relationship further.”

Mr Key will be accompanied in Indonesia by Trade Minister Todd McClay and a senior New Zealand business delegation.

Read the full media release on the Beehive website.