Apart from Lombok, there are five other airports which are ready to be parking places for the planes of the delegation to the G20 summit
There are four airports and two reservations prepared as parking spots for the state planes of world leaders attending the G20 summit in Bali on November 15-16, 2022.
“(Ngurah Rai airport), () Lombok airport, () Makassar airport, () Surabaya airport,” Transport Minister Budi Karya said at the presidential palace compound in Jakarta. , Wednesday, November 2.
The four airports in the four zones are Ngurah Rai International Airport (Badung), Hassanudin International Airport (Makassar), Lombok International Airport (Lombok) and Juanda International Airport (Surabaya).
The other two airports that are prepared if necessary are Yogyakarta International Airport and Adi Sumarno Solo International Airport, Central Java.
“It can extend to Yogyakarta with Solo,” Budi said.
As host of the G20 presidency, Indonesia is currently awaiting the confirmation of three leaders of the G20 members who did not ensure their presence in Bali for the G20 Summit summit.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) said he would contact the three leaders directly to ask for confirmation of their participation in the G20 summit.
“The G20, only 3 (leaders) have not (confirmed their attendance), later I will call to confirm their arrival,” President Jokowi said at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta on Wednesday.
However, Jokowi felt that the level of attendance of G20 leaders at the upcoming G20 summit is quite high. Referring to provisional data, 17 to 18 G20 leaders have confirmed their attendance at the Indonesian G20 Presidency summit.
According to Jokowi, it is an honor for Indonesia that around 17 to 18 national leaders are attending the meeting.
“But 17-18 (leaders) is a lot of numbers, under normal conditions there are a lot of numbers, which means that in a very difficult situation for him, it’s an honor for us,” Jokowi said.
The G20 Summit will be the summit of the entire series of meetings between the Sherpa Track, Financial Track and Engagement groups during Indonesia’s G20 Presidency from December 2021 to November 2022.
The G20 is a global forum established since 1999 and has contributed 85% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP), 75% of international trade and 65% of the world’s population.
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