U.S.’ Greensburg mayor offers Indonesia sister city cooperation

Indonesian Consul General in Chicago Meri Binsar Simorangkir (left) handed over a souvenir to Greensburg mayor Joshua Marsh (right) at a business meeting in Greensburg, Indiana on Monday (Aug 24, 2020). (RI’s Foreign Affairs Ministry)

Jakarta (Indonesia Window) – The Greensburg mayor in the state of Indiana, the United States, Joshua Marsh, has offered to establish a sister city cooperation between Greensburg and similar cities in Indonesia.

Mayor Marsh made the statement at a business meeting held by the Indonesian Consulate General in Chicago, in Greensburg, Indiana on Monday (Aug 24).


The business meeting aimed to promote potential cooperation in trade, investment and tourism, according to a statement from the Indonesian Consulate General in Chicago received by Indonesia Window here on Friday.

Mayor Marsh expressed his appreciation and positive response on the potential cooperation with Indonesia.

He added that business players in his city wanted to make visits to a number of countries in Asia, including Indonesia, to realize the establishment of sister cities, as well as enhance cooperation between Greensburg and its partners.


Reporting by Indonesia Window

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