H.E. Mr Samuel
Samson, ambassador of Republic of Indonesia in Serbia, and municipal president
Petar Filipovic, have visited the preparatory work on the plot of company Indoadriatic Industry
in the northeastern industrial area.
The Indonesian company Indoadriatic
Industry, which last fall acquired building land area of 50.000m2 in Indjija’s
industrial area, performs preparatory geotechnical investigations according to the project manager of the company, Miljan Stevanovic.
In addition to H.E. Ambassador
of the Republic of Indonesia, Mr.
Samuel Samson and
municipal president, Petar Filipovic,
the event was attended by the Head of
the Economic Department of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia Jogo Pamungas, CEO Indoadriatic
Industry Tresna Vanda,
director and marketing
manager of Indo Food
Serbia Nebojsa Panic
and Budislav Soskic as well as project-manager of Indoadriatic Industry, Miljan
municipal president, expressed his great satisfaction that after only six
months when the contract for the purchase of the land was signed, work on the
field has started. He said that this investment is extremely important for our
community because Municipality of Indjija is one of the few that has managed to
secure a greenfield investment in the previous period.
H.E. Mr. Samuel Samson,
Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia
in Serbia, thanked the President Petar Filipovic for their support in the realization of this important and large
project. Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in Serbia presented the fact that this year marks 60 years
of fostering friendly relations between
Indonesia and Serbia and because of that this year is very important for the initiation of this project.
Company "Indo Food Serbia"
donated humanitarian aid to the Red Cross of Inđija for persons who suffered
from floods in Serbia. Humanitarian aid consists of 100 boxes of
"Indomie" product, which is 4,000 meals.