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After sending a congratulatory letter, Apple boss Tim Cook pays courtesy call on President-elect Prabowo

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Jakarta, IO – Apple CEO Tim Cook paid a courtesy call on Defense Minister and President-elect Prabowo Subianto at the Indonesian Defense Ministry (Kemhan) headquarters, Wednesday (17/4).

The meeting was held at around 12.45pm and ended at 1.50pm WIB. They discussed various things, one of which being the collaboration that has existed between Apple and the Indonesian government.

“On behalf of Apple, I would like to congratulate you on your election in the presidential election. I look forward to working with you as Apple continues to invest in Indonesia’s technology ecosystem,” said Tim in his letter to Prabowo dated March 21, in which he informed of his visit to Indonesia.

Tim said that he was proud of the work that Apple had done with three Apple academies in Surabaya, Jakarta and Batam.

“The government’s vision and commitment to supporting skills development and innovation is reflected in the exceptional quality of the nearly 2,000 graduates to date. In the future, I am sure we will be able to open further successful collaborations between Indonesia and Apple,” said Tim.

The cordial meeting was punctuated by laughter when Prabowo asked whether Tim is a vegetarian or vegan.

“Thank You. It is an honor for me to meet you,” said Prabowo at the end of the meeting. “I want to ask, are you a vegetarian or vegan?”

“Neither,” Tim answered.

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“If you have time, maybe we can have dinner together,” said Prabowo.

“That would be great, thank you,” Tim said.

At the meeting, Prabowo was accompanied by Communications and Information Minister Budi Arie Setiadi and Kemhan Secretary General Donny Ermawan Taufanto.

Before his meeting with Prabowo, Tim met with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo at the State Palace to discuss Apple’s investment plans in Indonesia.

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