Commemorating the 75th anniversary of Indonesia-India diplomatic relations in Solo, Gibran mentioned AI technology cooperation

SOLO, MettaNEWS – The celebration of the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Indonesia and India was held in Solo City, Saturday (6/22/2024) evening.

During this celebration, the mayor of Solo, Gibran Rakabuming Raka, as well as his wife, Selvi Ananda, and their daughter, La Lembah Manah, were present.

The eldest son of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi()) was welcomed by Indian Ambassador to Indonesia Sandeep Chakravorty.

In the courtyard of Solo City Hall, a number of traditional dances from Mangkunegaran Temple and Surakarta Palace were performed. In addition, traditional Indian dances also brightened the event.

Gibran welcomed the celebration with enthusiasm. Gibran said there would be continued cooperation with India in the field of technology, particularly AI (Artificial Intelligence).

“I brought this proposal regarding AI (Artificial Intelligence),” Gibran told reporters after the event.

He asked the media team to wait for the continuation of this collaboration.

“Wait a bit,” said Gibran.

Gibran was also very excited to see Indonesian and Indian cultural performances.

“Very good combination of performances between India and Indonesia. “We also commemorate the International Day of Yoga,” he said.

This cultural event also marks the opening of International Yoga Day 2024, celebrated every June 21.

There will also be a yoga coaching clinic at Pagelaran Keraton Surakarta, Sunday (22/6/2024).

Indian Ambassador to Indonesia Sandeep Chakravorty said the event was aimed at celebrating traditional and modern dances of India. Also dances from Indonesia, from the city of Solo in particular.

“This event is very important for us because India and Indonesia have a diplomatic history. “India was the first country to internationally recognize Indonesia as an independent nation on September 2, 1946,” Sandeep said.

Sandeep revealed that he had already met Solo Mayor Gibran Rakabuming to organize this activity.

“Several months ago, I met with Mr. Gibran to ask for permission to hold this event, and it was approved. “We chose Solo City because of Mas Gibran,” he said. declared.

Sandeep admitted to being surprised by the large number of people watching and the spectacle at the Indonesian dance studio.

“I’m happy that so many people are watching. This is part of cultural diplomacy. “The culture of each country can bring us together,” concluded Sandeep.

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