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    West Java is Ready to Welcome King Salman


    BOGOR CITY-The Governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan (Aher), welcomed the visit of King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz to Indonesia on Wednesday, March 1st 2017. The King is scheduled to have meeting at Bogor Presidential Palace.

    Aher said, the government and citizens of West Java commit to keep the tranquility and conducive situation as one of Sundanese characteristics, which is amiable.

    "They are welocmed, of course. Eventhough the domain is the Central Government, but we can facilitate by creating a conducive situation, 'someah hade ka semah' (hospitable to the guests)," said Aher in his working visit to Bogor, Tuesday (28/2).

    According to Aher, King Salman will come with his entourage which is around 1.500 people which are including Arab investors who are hoped to give positive impact for the investment in West Java, in specific. Inaccordance to the schedule, the Arab investors will have a meeting with Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) which oversee the Indonesian enterprenuers in doing investment.

    "There is a high proability that Saudi will invest in West Java," he said.

    Aher convinced that Indonesian enterpreneurs will offer strategic sectors to be invested in infrastructures, petroleum, properties, and specifically the tourism in West Java.

    "Of course, I'm certain. Those enterpreneurs who are delegated by Kadin will have certain agenda and the agenda is to offer the investment such as the infrstucture in West Java," Aher said.

    West Java has been the prima donna for foreign investors to invest. The sector of infrstructure and mine are the most interesting sector for the investors. There are several countries from Europe, America and Autralia that have investment with West Java Provincial Government.

    King Salman is scheduled to come to Indonesia at Wednesday, March 1st 2017 who will be welcomed by the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, at Halim Perdanakusuma airport and will be staying in Indonesia until March 9th 2017.

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