Indonesia will focus on economic talks with the Republic of Korea during Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa's visit to the country, an official said here on Friday, Xinhua reported
Teuku Faizasyah, the Foreign Ministry's spokesperson, told reporters that economy and labor will be two of the major topics during the talks aside from bilateral ties and regional issues.
"Indonesia is likely to address issues on how our foreign workers could be placed in certain sectors in the country," said Fazasyah.
He said that preparation has been made to bring issues that would be addressed in the meeting.
"We will bring all prioritized issues that would be other ministries' interests. We will hold a coordinated meeting next week to formulate what issues could be brought to RoK," said Faizasyah.
He said that the bilateral meeting would be the highest session aside of leaders of two countries in consolidating bilateral ties