Victory Joko Widodo (Jokowi) as President of the Republic of Indonesia apparently did not escape the attention of the international. As a result Jokowi get a lot of congratulations from heads of state.
One of them is the President of the United States, Barack Obama specifically Jokowi greeted by Indonesian.
"Obama was asked what news ?, Indonesian life. Further use English "Jokowi said when asked about his conversation with Obama, at City Hall Jalan Medan Merdeka Selatana Central Jakarta, Wednesday (07/23/2014).
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According to Jokowi, the conversation lasted only a short which is about 2 minutes. Obama then said he would meet with Jokowi back in China. The meeting in China is Obama is the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in November.
"Obama said congratulations, he later continued to meet in China. Were invited to meet again the Prime Minister of Japan and the Prime Minister of Australia "added Jokowi, while providing information about some of the other figures that give a greeting to him.
As a result of a call from Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe add a row of heads of state who have congratulated Jokowi. In addition to the president and vice president, there are already 5 other heads of state who uttered by telephone.
"So the call was no president, vice president, Prime Minister of Malaysia, Prime Minister of Singapore, Prime Minister of Australia, President Obama, and Japanese Prime Minister" clearly Jokowi.
Meanwhile the British Government through the British Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond also did not miss congratulated Jokowi. Hammond said it was in a press release delivered the British Embassy in Jakarta.
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"I congratulate you on the victory Joko Widodo in the presidential election in 2014 following the official announcement of the General Election Commission yesterday"
"I also congratulate the people of Indonesia to the success of an event that has been implemented democracy" said Hammond, Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
According to Hammond Indonesia is an important partner for the UK, as the third largest democracy in the world. Indonesian and English share the same values, ie, as a democratic and diverse.
Indonesian and English are close trading partners and this is reflected by the growing relations between the two countries. Both countries cooperate among others in the field of promoting trade, security, addressing climate change and other sectors.
"I look forward to working with the government and its Joko Widodo leads to continue to make progress in these important sectors and further strengthens the relationship between the UK and Indonesia," he hoped.