President Jokowi Working Visit to Central Java

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, August 09 2017 - 14:01 IWST

5166 - Bandung- President Joko Widodo went on a working visit to Central Java Province on Tuesday afternoon after visiting the Institute of Internal Administration (IPDN) in Jatinangor, West Java.

According to the Antara report at Husein Sastranegara Airport, Bandung, the plane carrying the President took off at around 18:20 pm after performing the evening prayer worship in the VIP room.

Flight to Lanud Adi Soemarmo, Boyolali, Central Java takes about 1 hour from Bandung.

In that flight Jokowi and entourage boarded the Indonesian presidential plane One.

A number of officials who accompanied the flight include Chief of Staff of President Teten Masduki, Military Secretary of President Marsda TNI Trisno Hendradi, and Commander of Major General TNI (Mar) Suhartono Paspampres.

Previously, the President has acted as the inspector of the Inauguration Ceremony of the Young Civil Service Force XXIV IPDN Year 2017 in the field of IPDN, Jatinangor.

In his address, the President requested that the civil service be able to accept criticism from the community that builds and can improve bureaucratic reform.

In addition, Jokowi also said that the young civil service to be the leader in the change of mindset and attitude to build good governance.

The President hopes the young civil service can adapt to technological change in providing services for the citizens.

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