World Muslim League visits Joko Widodo

Indonesian President Joko Widodo received representatives from the World Moslem League or Rabathah Al Alam Al Islam at the Merdeka Palace, Central Jakarta, Thursday, February 26, 2020.

The World Muslim League Secretary-General said his visit was in the context of a friendly meeting with the President.

The Sec-Gen came with a number of delegates, conveying their hopes for Indonesia.

Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world.

The Muslim League is the largest non-governmental Islamic organization in the world.

The Secretary-General of the World Muslim League, Al Essa, said the organisation sees Indonesia as an example for other Islamic countries.

It prioritizes a spirit of tolerance and togetherness in their society.

He also requested that Indonesia always share and convey these values ​​to various partners.

The Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy, accompanied Jokowi at the meeting.

He revealed that Al Essa also alluded to the economic strength of Indonesia.

He says in future Indonesia’s economy will be included in the top five of the world economies.

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