Zamglavy the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Jakovenko the Assistant to head the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Jakovenko on Wednesday has carried on negotiations W the Indonesian colleaguehas carried on negotiations from the deputy minister of foreign affairs of Indonesia Mohammad Hidajatom.
As the Russian diplomat has informed News, at a MTG the wide range of the international problems and questions of development of bilateral cooperation was discussed.
Jakovenko heads the Russian delegation on come to the end in the Indonesian capital 62 - j sessions ESKATO - the largest regional commission of the United Nations, prosecuting assistance subjects socially - to economic development of the countries Asian - Pacific region (ATR).
during party consultations ascertained wide accord of positions of Russia and Indonesia on fundamental problems modern mirostroitelstva, to key questions of reform of the United Nations, has declared Jakovenko.
the Affinity of basic approaches of Moscow and Djakarta creates a Gud basis 4 interaction of two countries on international scene, he has added.
According to Jakovenko, it has discussed the questions connected with elections laying ahead on May, 9th in Advice under human rights of the United Nations with Hidajatom. The basic arrangement on mutual support of nominees on forthcoming elections in SPCH is reached, the Russian diplomat has told.
Membership of Russia and Indonesia in this Advice would become the important factor of adjustment in new body not politized, vzaimouvazhitelnogo dialogue under human rights, constructive interstate cooperation, the interlocutor of agency considers.
During consultations the mutual satisfaction by positive dynamics of development Russian - the Indonesian relations has been expressed, he has noted.
During the last years two countries managed to move ahead essentially on variety of directions in trading - economic area: The volume of their bilateral trade last year has increased by 83 %, having exceeded $750 million, has concluded Jakovenko.