Polish Tall Ship Set to Visit Jakarta to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Jakarta. A cruise training boat of Poland’s Gydinia Maritime Academy is scheduled to arrive during Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta on Tuesday (02/10) for a revisit directed at enhancing business and preparation team-work between Indonesia and Poland.

The boat named Dar Młodzieży, that means “Gift of Youth” in Polish, is sailing around a creation to symbol a 100th anniversary of a country’s independence.

It has some-more than 160 people on board, consisting of crewmembers and students of dual Polish nautical universities.

Anna Moskwa, Polish emissary apportion for nautical affairs and internal navigation, will accommodate with Indonesia’s Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Luhut B. Panjaitan and Marine Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjastuti.

Moskwa will also accommodate with Mohammad Nasir, apportion of research, record and aloft education, Nusron Wahid, conduct of a Migrant Worker Protection and Placement Agency (BNP2TKI), and Ira Puspadewi, boss executive of state-owned packet user ASDP Indonesia.

The Polish delegation will also embody nautical attention member – especially shipyard developers and operators – and food producers. All a meetings will take place on house a ship, that will be docked during Tanjung Priok until Friday.

Cadets of Gdynia and Szczecin nautical academies will revisit a Indonesian Merchant Marine Academy (STIP) in North Jakarta on Wednesday, where a clamp rectors of a dual Polish institutions will pointer a partnership agreement with their internal counterpart.

Dar Młodzieży, that was built in Gdańsk Shipyard in 1981, became a initial Polish-built oceangoing sailing boat to detour a creation between 1987 and 1988.

Since vacating from Gdynia on May 20, a boat has called on Tallinn, Copenhagen, Stavanger, Szczecin, Bremerhaven, Bordeaux, Tenerife, Dakar, Cape Town and Mauritius. From Jakarta, it will  conduct to Singapore, Shanghai, Osaka, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Acapulco.

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