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TAJIKISTAN STRIVES TO BECOME REGIONAL ELECTRICITY EXPORTER

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Tajikistan President, Emomali Rahmon.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Tajikistan – Tajikistan is eyeing to become a regional electricity exporter after the launch of the second of the six turbines being built at the Rogun hydropower plant on Monday (9/9/2019) local time.

“The electricity generated from the first and second turbines is not only sufficient to cater to the needs of the people of Tajikistan but also for export,” Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon remarked during the launch ceremony of the second unit of the Roghun hydropower plant.

The president noted that the Rogun hydropower plant will not only fulfill the nation’s requirements but also those of the neighboring nations.

To prove his intention to become a regional electricity exporter, Tajikistan invited foreign journalists and reputable international news agencies, including Indonesian News Agency ANTARA, to attend the launch ceremony of the Second Unit of the Roghun hydropower plant.

Prime Minister of Tajikistan Qohir Rasulzoda, Mayor of Dushanbe Rustam Emomali, Director of Roghun Hydropower Plant Khayrullo Safarzoda, and other officials also attended the launch of the second turbine.

“The second turbine being made operational at the celebration of Independence Day is a valuable gift for the people of Tajikistan,” President Rahmon noted in his speech.

The president affirmed that the Rogun hydropower plant was built in line with the international safety standards by involving experts and utilizing the newest technology.

He stressed that development of the energy sector will play a key role in Tajikistan’s sustainable economic growth, particularly to achieve the national goals while accelerating industrialization.

The president also expressed belief that life of the people of Tajikistan will improve several folds.

“The economic capacity of Tajikistan will strengthen and increase significantly,” President Rahmon remarked.

The first turbine was launched in 2018. A total of six turbines are planned for the Rogun dam by 2028, with a total capacity of 3,600 megawatts (MW) or 600 megawatts (MW) per turbine. This installation can produce over 17 billion kilowatt hour (kWh).

The Rogun hydropower plant is supplied by the Rogun Dam located at an altitude of 1,065 meters above sea level.

Currently, the water reserve in the dam reaches 200 million cubic meters. With a water level of 1,058 meters, it is possible to move two turbines. (sgt)

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INDONESIA ENCOURAGES MUSLIM UNITY AT KUALA LUMPUR

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Foreign Minister, Retno Marsudi.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Kuala Lumpur – The Indonesian government encouraged the unity and cohesion of Muslim communities across the world at the Kuala Lumpur (KL) Summit 2019.

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi who represented the Indonesian government at the summit said Indonesia has echoed the stance since the beginning

“We know a lot of challenges faced by Muslims. Let us work together to address the challenges,” she said at Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday (18/12/2019) night.

The cooperation to address the challenges faced by Muslims could be realized only if Muslim countries are united, she remarked.

Related news: Indonesian Vice President calls off plan to attend KL Summit

Indonesia hoped the KL Summit would send a peace message to all people in Islamic countries along with state guests that were present, she added.

“We know the objective of this KL Summit and the communication delivered by Malaysia is aimed at facing together the challenges faced by Muslims,” she explained..

Retno is scheduled to attend the opening of KL Summit 2019 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC) on Thursday (Dec 19). At the opening ceremony of the summit, she will not deliver an official statement from the Indonesian government.

Vice President Ma’ruf Amin had originally been planned to attend the KL Summit 2019. But he cancelled the plan on Wednesday for health reasons.

“We announce that the vice president could not be present at the Kuala Lumpur Summit since the medical team came to the conclusion that the vice president must take rest,” the vice president’s special staff for communication and information, Masduki Baidlowi, said in a statement released on Wednesday (18/12/2019).

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INDONESIA STAYS AT FOURH RANKING IN MANILA’S 2019 SEA GAMES

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Indonesia stood fourth, while the Philippines contingent was ranked at the top of the medal tally, followed by Vietnam and Thailand.

Greatindonesia.co.id, New Clarck City – The Indonesian contingent secured 72 gold medals in the 30th SEA Games in Manila, the Philippines’ capital city, which concluded on Wednesday (11/12/2019).

Despite clinching more gold medals than the government’s earlier set target, the Indonesian contingent failed to come in the top two.

Instead, Indonesia stood fourth, while the Philippines contingent was ranked at the top of the medal tally, followed by Vietnam and Thailand.

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) had earlier appealed to the athletes to perform to the best of their abilities to ensure Indonesia stood second in the medal tally of the multi-sport event that the Philippines hosted from November 30 to December 11.

“I want us to emerge as the second runner-up at the 30th SEA Games in the Philippines,” President Jokowi noted in his speech delivered at a ceremony to see off the Indonesian contingent at the Presidential Palace in Bogor, West Java, on Nov 27.

Jokowi noted that the Indonesian athletes were expected to boost their achievements in various international multi-sport events while acceding to the fact that it was no easy task.

However, with a robust fighting spirit and the support of 260 million Indonesians, the athletes should do their best to grab as many medals as possible at the Philippines 30th SEA Games, he emphasized.

The Indonesian athletes, who lately won 38 gold medals at the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, competed against those from the Philippines, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Timor Leste.

The following table shows the final medal tally of the 2019 SEA Games :

Rank State Gold Silver Bronze Total

1 Philippines 149 117 121 387
2 Vietnam 98 85 105 288
3 Thailand 92 103 123 318
4 Indonesia 72 84 111 267
5 Malaysia 55 58 71 184
6 Singapore 53 46 68 167
7 Myanmar 4 18 51 73
8 Cambodia 4 6 36 46
9 Brunei 2 5 6 13
10 Laos 1 5 28 34
11 Timor Leste 0 1 5 6

Total 530 528 725 1,783. (ant)

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JAPAN FULLY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT JOKOWI’S PRIORITY PROGRAMS

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President Jokowi on the sidelines of the 35th ASEAN Summit at the Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Bangkok on Monday (4/11/2019).

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has vowed to fully support the priority programs of President Joko: Widodo (Jokowi) during his second term of office.

Abe was responding to the Indonesian government’s development programs unveiled during a bilateral meeting with President Jokowi on the sidelines of the 35th ASEAN Summit at the Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Bangkok on Monday (4/11/2019).

At the meeting, President Jokowi unveiled the priority programs of his government in the next five years, including the development of quality human resources, the continuation of infrastructure development, and the simplification of government regulations and bureaucracy reform, Chief of the Press, Media and Information Bureau of the Presidential Secretariat Erlin Suastini said in a press statement.

“At this meeting, I would like to focus on two issues, namely cooperation in the development of infrastructures and the development of quality human resources,” Jokowi said.

Prime Minister Abe warmly welcomed the priority programs.

“Of course, Japan wants to cooperate in the fields which are the main priority, particularly infrastructure and human resource development ,” he said.

President Jokowi said the two countries have been engaged in many areas of cooperation in the infrastructure sector, including the construction of Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system, Jakarta-Surabaya semi-high-speed train and Patimban Port in West Java.

“Looking ahead, I also want to encourage the use of more local contents and the transfer of technology in our infrastructure development,” he said.

The development of infrastructure has been able to connect economic centers to one another in the outskirt areas of the country, he said.

To realize the cooperation in human resource development, Jokowi invited Japan to enhance its cooperation with Indonesia in the fields of vocation and internship. (ant)

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