Indonesia is preparing cooperation programs with Russia in the field of rare materials
MOSCOW, December 20 – RIA Novosti. Indonesia is preparing a series of programs for cooperation with Russia within the framework of the alliance of countries that extract rare materials. declaration Joko Purvanto, Chairman of the Friendship Committee of the Peoples of Russia and Indonesia.
Purvanto announced Indonesia’s intention in a meeting with Russia’s Ambassador to the country, Lyudmila Vorobyeva.
Local portal bergelora.com added to the words of the chairman of the committee, “We are preparing various cooperation programs with Russia to develop the idea of an alliance of countries producing rare materials.”
Purvanto added that Indonesia is ready to cooperate with Russia and share its knowledge and experience.
In October, Indonesian Investment Minister Bahlil Lahadalia told the Financial Times that the country was exploring the possibility of forming an OPEC-like cartel for nickel and other important metals used in batteries.
Didit Ratam, representative of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, told RIA Novosti in November that he had allowed Russia to join the new alliance.
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