Indonesian gov’t builds digital platform for Indonesia-Pakistani businesses

Indonesian gov’t builds digital platform for Indonesia-Pakistani businesses
Indonesian Consul General in Karachi June Kuncoro Hadiningrat (third left) at a meeting with the Chairman of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) Shariq Vohra (third right) in Karachi. (The Indonesian Consulate General in Karachi)

Jakarta (Indonesia Window) – The Indonesian Consulate General in Karachi has built a digital platform that facilitates Indonesian and Pakistani business needs more efficiently and effectively through bit.ly/INA-PAK.

It was conveyed by Indonesian Consul General in Karachi June Kuncoro Hadiningrat at a meeting with Chairman of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) Shariq Vohra, recently.

The Indonesia-Pakistan Portal is aimed at optimizing the business process services of the Indonesian consulate general for Pakistani stakeholders, especially in Sindh province during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The services of the consulate general in Karachi, which are mostly carried out face-to-face, have faced significant problems since the lockdown applied in 2020 as Pakistan have entered the third wave of the pandemic, pushing national quarantine.

The Indonesia-Pakistan Portal, which has been developed since March 2020 and upgraded in April 2021, has helped the Indonesian Consulate General in Karachi serve stakeholders, especially the business actor, while accelerating the process of services, including business inquiries.

At the end of the meeting, the Indonesian Consul General in Karachi and the Chair of the KCCI were committed to making the Indonesia-Pakistan Portal one of the media in the new normal era in restoring the national economies of the two countries after the pandemic.

Reporting by Indonesia Window

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