The Presentation of Credential Letter of H.E. Mr Ronald J.P. Manik to H.E. Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio Port Moresby

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

?On January 2015 H.E. Mr. Ronald J.P. Manik in commencing his duty as the Ambassador – designated of the Republic of Indonesia to Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands has submitted his Credential Letter to the Governor General of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, H.E. Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio, which had taken place at Government House, Konedobu, Port Moresby. During the occasion H.E. Ronald J.P. Manik also submitted the Recall Letter of his predecessor H.E. Mr Andreas Sitepu.

 

H.E. Mr Ronald J.P. Manik during submission of his Credential Letter was accompanied by his entourage: Mr O’Conroy Doloksaribu, Minister Counsellor and Mr Tangkuman Alexander Immanuel, Counsellor. Upon arrival at the entrance of the Government House, H.E. Mr. Ronald J.P. Manik accompanied by Mr Jimmy Ovia, Chief of Protocol of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Immigration of PNG has inspected the Guard of Honor during which the state band played the National Anthems of the Republic of Indonesia and of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea.

 

In the Government House, H.E. Mr. Ronald J.P. Manik was introduced by the Chief of Protocol to H.E. Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio. H.E. Mr. Ronald J.P. Manik delivered his speech, after which he presented both Credential Letter and Recall Letter to H.E. Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio, who then the latter addressed his own speech.

 

During the audience session, H.E. Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio held a cordial conversation with H.E. Mr Ronald J.P. Manik concerning the importance of more enhancing bilateral relations between two countries in all aspects of political, economic, social and culture, and people to people contact. It was also conversed concerning the pivotal role of two countries in the international relations including in South Pacific region and ASEAN in promoting peace and economic activities. (Source : Indonesian Embassy in Port Moresby)