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The government lobbied several countries to meet Indonesia’s demand for vaccines. Vaccine supply in the regions is diminishing.

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Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi during an online media briefing from The Hague, July 1. Indonesia will receive 3 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine from the Netherlands, as a result of a meeting between Retno Marsudi and her Dutch counterpart, Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag. Antara . tempo : 171927332451.

THE Hague, Thursday, July 1. That day, Foreign Minsiter Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi was scheduled to meet with three important Dutch officials. After meeting with Queen Maxima in her residence, the former Indonesian ambassador for the Netherlands met with Prime Minister Mark Rutte at the Dutch parliament complex, the Binnenhof, as well as Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag to talk about the Covid-19 pandemic.

During her meeting with Rutte and Kaag


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