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Indonesia and Saudi Arabia have committed to boosting economic, trade and people-to-people ties as travel between the two countries resumes just in time for the haj pilgrimage season.
The Saudi government recently lifted a ban on its citizens traveling to Indonesia in response to an improved COVID-19 situation there. The ban was imposed in July of last year, and in May of this year, Indonesia was mentioned among other 15 countries that Saudi citizens were barred from visiting.
Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi told her visiting counterpart Prince Faisal Bin Farhan Alsaud on Tuesday that Indonesia appreciated the return of travel between the two countries, particularly because this year Indonesia held the largest quota of haj pilgrims of any nation – some 100,000 Muslims.
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