Abu Dhabi: The UAE, represented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has inked a cooperation agreement with the Republic of Indonesia’s Ministry of Health. This agreement aims to boost the construction of the UAE-Indonesia Hospital for Cardiac Diseases, which will be located in Solo Techno Park in Surakarta (Central Java).
The deal was signed by Mr. Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh, Minister of State, and Mr. Budi Gunadi Sadikin, Minister of Health of Indonesia. The agreement intends to boost the health sector in the Republic of Indonesia by establishing the 100-bed capacity UAE-Indonesia Hospital for Cardiac Diseases with funding from the UAE government.
Mr. Al Sayegh emphasized that the agreement is in line with the UAE’s leadership vision for strengthening bilateral ties between the UAE and Indonesia and reinforcing them through joint efforts in various fields to support sustainable development goals, particularly in the health sector.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the UAE, Mr. Husin Bagis, expressed his appreciation for the UAE-Indonesia Hospital for Cardiac Diseases cooperation agreement. Mr. Baigis thanked the UAE for their grants to support the hospital’s construction in Surakarta. The Ambassador hopes for a smooth and timely construction process, emphasizing the positive impact it will have on Indonesians, particularly those in Surakarta and the nearby regions, improving their access to medical services.