Biodiversity in Tambrauw Regency, Papua Barat – Indonesia
The Government, NGOs and local communities in Tambrauw Regency, Papua Barat – Indonesia, are strongly committed to the biodiversity conservation in their respective region.
With more than 800 species, Birdwatching tourism is a major component of wildlife tourism in Tambrauw Regency.
Source : Indonesia Nature Film Society
Sulawasi Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster
Jokowi declares Indonesia is open to foreign aid for Sulawesi earthquake and Tsunami disaster (http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2018/10/01/jokowi-declares-indonesia-open-to-foreign-aid-for-sulawesi-earthquake.html)
Foreign aid from private sectors is coordinated by the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BKPM), while G2G assistance is coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia.
The Indonesian Embassy in Helsinki and Office of the Indonesian Honorary Consul in Tallin conveys their highest tribute to Anthonius Gunawan Agung’s bravery and sacrifice that he did in the line of duty that saved the lives of hundreds of people and demonstrated tremendous dedication in ensuring flight safety.
Anthonius Gunawan Agung, was an Indonesian heroic young Air Traffic Controller who sacrificed his life to make sure a plane take off safely as the earthquake struck Palu, Indonesia. May his soul rest in peace.
Gayo Coffee Harvest Festival, Bener Meriah, Aceh, 5-6 October 2018
Festival Panen Kopi Gayo (The Gayo Coffee Harvest Festival) is a tourism event combining coffee lover experience, cultural festivals, and musical performances.
During the festival, visitors will have some activities such as visiting coffee plantations to see and involve in the process of cultivating and picking up coffee beans.
Afterwards, the visitors will be entertained with various cultural shows and traditional Gayo arts as well as cultural-based competitions in several villages.
There will be some jazz music performance by professional musicians in “Jazz Panen Kopi”, which will be held on the shore of Lake Lut Tawar, for audiences to enjoy.
This Festival is a part of the Gayo Alas Mountain International Fest 2018 (GAMI 2018) taken place in the Gayo Highlands area from September 14 to November 24 2018.
The Honorary Consul has the duty to assist the execution of some of the duties of the representation who oversee him, in a specific working area of the recipient country.
Mr. Heldur Allese, Indonesian Honorary Consul in Estonia