I. Country Profile 

Country​:Republic of Mali 
Head of State/ Government:Ibrahim Boubacar Keϊta (since 4 September 2013)
Head of Parliament:Issaka Sidibé (since 22 January 2014)
Prime Minister:Soumeylou Boubèye Maïga  (since 31 December 2017​)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs:Abdoulaye Diop (since 2014)
Official Language:French
Religion:Islam (94,8%), Christian (2,4%), other religions (2,0%)
Independence Day:22 September 1960
Territory:1.220.190 Km²
Population:17.994.837 (World Bank, 2016)

West African CFA (XOF)

XOF per USD : 617 (2016)

GDP (Nominal):USD 14,04 billion (World Bank, 2016)
GDP (Per Capita):USD 780,5 (World Bank, 2016)
Foreign Exchange Reserve:USD 382 million (termasuk emas) (World Bank, 2000)
Foreign Direct Investment:USD -143,4 million (World Bank2014)
Total Value of International Trade:USD 6,1 billion (2012) deficit USD 852 million
GDP Growth:5,3% (World Bank, 2016​)
Industries:Livestock, Mining (emas), Agriculture
Country Representative:


Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Dakar


Embassy of the Republic of Mali in New Delhi

​II. Bilateral Relations

  • Politics

Diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Mali opened in 1965. Indonesia plays an active role in contributing to the UN peacekeeping mission in Mali by sending 140 military personnel to the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA). In addition to,  the Indonesian government also provides three types of military helicopters MI-17. The TNI personnel mostly served in Timbuktu, and a small portion of them assigned in the Kidal region.
  • Economy and Trade

In the economic field, the value of trade between Indonesia and Mali reached USD 32,3 million in 2016, a decrease of 32% compared to 2015 (USD 48.1 million) with a deficit on the Indonesian side.
  • Social-Culture

In the social-cultural field, during the period of 2012-2017, Indonesia has given scholarships to 8 (eight) students of Mali. In 2017, there are 2 (two) Malian students admitted to KNB scholarship program.