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Japan-Indonesia Environmental Cooperation

The Ministry of the Environment, Japan, has been implementing a number of programs in various fields for supporting the development of environmental policies in Indonesia.

On December 5, 2012, Mr. Nagahama, the Japanese Environment Minister, and Mr. Balthasar Kambuaya, the Indonesian Environment Minister, signed on the "Memorandum of Cooperation between the Ministry of the Environment of Japan and the Ministry of the Environment of the Republic of Indonesia on Environmental Cooperation" in Doha, Qatar, for strengthening, promoting and developing their mutual environmental cooperation. On the basis of the Memorandum, the both parties will strengthen and develop mutual cooperation in the fields such as climate change, environmentally sustainable cities and water and air pollution.