|Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdul Aziz (L) held talks with Indonesian |
President Joko Widodo (R) in Bogor, West Java, on March 1, 2017
Indonesia's President Joko Widodo (centre L) welcomes Saudi Arabia's King
Salman bin Abdul Aziz (centre R) at Halim airport in Jakarta on March 1, 2017
Jakarta and Riyadh also inked an agreement that builds on an existing $6 billion deal between state-owned energy firms Aramco and Pertamina to expand an Indonesian oil refinery.
Saudi king on first visit to Indonesia in almost 50 years arrives with entourage of 1,000 and 460 tons of gear https://t.co/XbA4l1cGUY pic.twitter.com/N9NvKJKEDV— AFP news agency (@AFP) March 1, 2017
360 vehicles and 2,500 police personnel deployed as Bali gears up for Saudi king's extravagant visit https://t.co/GEZij3NsjF pic.twitter.com/OUEa6mJ68T— AFP news agency (@AFP) March 3, 2017