On the nineteenth, Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan, who’re visiting Indonesia, met with President Joko Widodo and Mrs. Joko, and talked with Indonesian individuals who have connections with Japan.
On the nineteenth, following a welcome occasion on the Presidential Palace close to the capital Jakarta, Their Majesties toured the adjoining botanical backyard guided by President Joko and Mrs. Joko.
In entrance of the press, the President thanked Their Majesties for his or her go to, and His Majesty the Emperor mentioned, “I would like to deepen my understanding of your country’s diverse society and culture, as well as the history of Indonesia and the friendship and goodwill between our two countries. I would like to think about the history of those who have been working hard to improve it.”
Next, on the Presidential Palace, His Majesty the Emperor met with the President, and Her Majesty the Empress met with the President’s First Lady.
During the press convention between the Emperor and the President, there was loads of speak about using in a golf cart pushed by President Joko Widodo when touring to the Botanical Gardens. I’ve carried honored company earlier than, however as we speak was essentially the most nervous I’ve ever been.”
Furthermore, on the night of the 18th, Their Majesties met with approximately 60 Indonesians who had connections with them, including those who had studied in Japan, at the hotel where they were staying.
Among them were the descendants of so-called “remaining Japanese troopers” who remained in the area after the Pacific War and participated in the War of Independence.
The Empress also said, “Thank you for working exhausting for the pleasant relations between our two international locations.”
On the morning of the nineteenth, Their Majesties will go to the Kalibata Hero Cemetery on the outskirts of Jakarta, the place the remaining Japanese troopers are buried.