Cooperation between Monaco and Indonesia is going well. On 2 December 2017, Indonesian Vice Minister, Ambassador A.M. Fachir, met the Administration Head for the Monaco, Mr. Serge Telle, in Monaco. The Vice Minister presented various Indonesian efforts and initiatives in the region such as in the issue of Myanmar, South China Sea, and reduced tension in the Korean peninsula. Meanwhile, Monaco appreciated and fully supported Indonesia's important role in creating stability in the region and maintaining international peace. During the dialogue, both also agreed on the importance of global cooperation in promoting marine and environmental issues.
The Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs specifically expressed his appreciation for the attention and initiative of Monaco's Head for the State, Prince Albert II in strengthening environmental cooperation in Indonesia.
The Administration Head for Monaco also welcomed the invitation of Indonesia to attend 'Our Ocean Conference' which will be held in Bali in October 2018.
Prince Albert II has made two private visits to Indonesia, first on 11-13 November 1997, then in 2-10 December 2007, which he visited visited Nias Island to review new housing for the 2004 tsunami-affected area. The Prince also visited the "Siberut Conversation Project" for local Siberut-Nias monkey. The meeting was organized by two NGOs "Monaco Asie" and "Act for Nature".
On 26 July 2017, Ambassador Hotmangaradja Pandjaitan inaugurated Mr. Mahmouod Al-Abood as Indonesia's Honorary Consul for Monaco, to further strengthen and increase bilateral relations between the two countries.