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During the event the students and their guests were able to see the promotional films about the natural beauty of Indonesia and to become familiar with the basic geographic and tourist information about the country through the presentation of Sri Angraeni Diponegoro, Associate for media, social and culture affairs at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, who is also the member of the Association of Serbian-Indonesian Friendship "Nusantara". They could also learn about the scholarship opportunities and the impressions of Jelena Savkovic, also the members of the "Nusantara", about her one-year stay in Indonesia.

In the artistic part of the program, the guests were able to enjoy the performance of Balinese dancers, the sounds of the gamelan orchestra (a mixture of percussion and stringed instruments that play traditional Indonesian secular music), among whom were members of the "Nusantara" Association Marko Jelic, Zarko Vidakovic, Nebojsa Pavlovic and Boris Vancev and the sounds of angklung (an instrument made of bamboo).

At the end of the event, guests were served a mixture of Serbian and Indonesian traditional cuisine, prepared by their wives of diplomats at the Embassy, as well as the products of "Indofood", the first Indonesian company that started operating in Serbia, and has regional ambitions. This was also the occasion to introduce potential partners from Indonesia to the possibilities of cooperation with the College of Tourism.

"Indonesia Day" was attended by many members of the Association of Serbian-Indonesian Friendship "Nusantara" and the chairman dr Aleksander Rakovic answered to the questions of the media.