Indonesia and Norway have entered into visa waiver requirements for diplomatic and service passports, said a statement of the Indonesian Foreign Ministry.
Retno LP Marsudi, Indonesian Foreign Minister, and Borge Brende, her Norwegian counterpart, signed the agreement in Oslo, the Norwegian capital, on 12 June.
The Jakarta Post cited Antara news agency which quotes Retno as saying that following discussions for two years, both the countries have inked a visa-free agreement for diplomatic and service passport holders.
She said that the inking of the cooperation is a positive step for both governments to strengthen bilateral ties between Norway and Indonesia.
Meanwhile, Norway also conveyed its pleasure at the meeting acknowledging the role played by Indonesia in building bridges and to foster peace in the region and the globe.
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