New Zealand Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia


Well known and award-winning Indonesian journalist Desi Anwar recently interviewed Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key in New Zealand for Metro TV's Face 2 Face programme.


During his recent official visit to Indonesia (15-18 April 2012), the Prime Minister of New Zealand Rt Hon John Key called on Indonesian Vice President Boediono.  Also present were Indonesian Foreign Minister HE Marty Natalegawa, Trade Minister HE Gita Wirjawan, and Indonesian Ambassador to New Zealand HE Agus Sriyono.


One Arrangement and three Memoranda of Undertanding (MoUs) were signed during the recent official visit to Indonesia by New Zealand Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key.


During the recent official visit to Indonesia by Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key, a business seminar was jointly held by KADIN (the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry) and the New Zealand government (the Embassy and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, NZTE).


Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key recently visited Indonesia (15-18 April) with Minister of Trade Hon Tim Groser and a large business delegation. 


Growing two-way trade and strengthening people-to-people links will be the focus of Prime Minister John Key’s visit to Indonesia and Singapore next week (15-19 April).

Mr Key, accompanied by Trade Minister Tim Groser in Indonesia, will lead a 26–strong business delegation to both countries.


For more information about the warm relations between Indonesia and New Zealand in various fields, please also check out the Indonesian Embassy in Wellington website page at


Below is the press statement that was released ahead of New Zealand Education Fair which took place in Jakarta on Saturday 25 February 2012.

Jakarta, INDONESIA: Ahead of a major New Zealand education fair in Jakarta on Saturday 25 February, H.E. David Taylor, Ambassador of New Zealand to Indonesia, said: “Our message is simple: New Zealand offers world class educational facilities at reasonable cost, high-quality qualifications that are recognised and transferable, and in an environment that is safe, secure and friendly”.


The Executive Director of the ASEAN Foundation, Dr. Makarim Wibisono, warmly welcomed the Ambassador of New Zealand to Indonesia, Mr. David Taylor, who visited the ASEAN Foundation on Wednesday, 8 February 2012.



The New Zealand-ASEAN Scholars Awards seek to make a substantial contribution to ASEAN’s development by providing opportunities for postgraduate study (i.e. Postgraduate Diploma, Master’s degree and doctorate/PhD) in New Zealand.

The New Zealand-ASEAN Scholars Awards (NZ-AS) are part of the New Zealand’s official development assistance to the ASEAN region. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), through the New Zealand Aid Programme, delivers this scholarships scheme.

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