PM Modi begins Indonesia visit by paying homage at Kalibata military cemetery

30 May 2018 09:51 AM

PM Modi begins Indonesia visit by paying homage at Kalibata military cemetery

Updated 30 May 2018 09:51 AM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today began his Indonesia visit by paying homage to martyrs of Indonesian independence struggle as he laid a wreath at the Kalibata National Heroes' Cemetery here.
Prime Minister Modi, who is here on his first-ever official visit to Indonesia, will meet President Joko Widodo today and discuss bilateral cooperation in a broad range of areas, including maritime, trade and investment.
Kalibata Heroes' Cemetery in South Jakarta is a military cemetery in Indonesia. It was built in 1953 and opened in November 1954 when the first burial took place.

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