OFFICIALS from Indonesia and Papua New Guinea hope to schedule a meeting in which the return of graft fugitive Djoko Tjandra will be the topic for discussion.
Foreign Affairs Minister Marty Natalegawa confirmed the Indonesian government’s interest in such a meeting while discussing a letter sent by PNG.
“We will (respond) immediately,” Marty said at President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s residence in Cikeas, Bogor, last Saturday.
Marty said his ministry was coordinating with the attorney-general’s office to bring Djoko home.
“We (handle) the diplomacy side for whatever the attorney-general’s office needs in this effort.”