Ma'ruf Amin underlined the need to continue to expedite bureaucratic reforms at the district and city government levels.
The hospital built with a budget of around US$27 million has complete health facilities.
"The aid will be delivered using six container trucks," said Indonesian Deputy Chief of Mission in Egypt, M. Zaim.
FIFA Strips Indonesia Hosting Rights of Under-20 Football World Cup
TheIndonesia.id - FIFA stripped Indonesia of the right to stage the 2023 under-20 football World Cup on Wednesday (3/30/2023), over the debate in the country about the participation of Israel, which has qualified for the final rounds.
The country will also get a sanction due to the fiasco but details of the matter have yet to be decided.
The decision to stop Indonesia holding the May 20 to June 11 event was taken after a meeting between FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Indonesian Football Association Chairman Erick Thohir in Doha.
“FIFA has decided, due to the current circumstances, to remove Indonesia as the host of the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2023,” the FIFA statement reads.
“A new host will be announced as soon as possible, with the dates of the tournament currently remaining unchanged. Potential sanctions against the PSSI may also be decided at a later stage.”
The statement also said that despite this decision, FIFA remains committed to actively assisting the PSSI, in close cooperation and with the support of the government of President [Joko] Widodo, in the transformation process of Indonesian football.
FIFA also said its members will continue to be present in Indonesia in the coming months and will provide the required assistance to the PSSI.
Indonesia's Last Attempts To Be The U-20 World Cup Host
Erick Tohir, Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) Chairman flew to the headquarter of FIFA in Zurich on Tuesday evening to negotiate with the world football association as the nation in the brink of losing its rights to host the U-20 FIFA World Cup due to a massive protest opposing Israel's participation.
The negotiation was made on the order of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, who found himself in a difficult position after his own party rejected any match involving Israel in Indonesia.
Presiden Joko "Jokowi" Widodo Statement
In the statement on Tuesday (3/28), President Jokowi reiterated that politics and sports simply don't mix. To win back support for the country's first-ever FIFA tournament, the president also pointed out that the ambassador of Palestine to Indonesia even understand that FIFA has rules every member must obey.
Israel’s participation in the tournament has nothing to do with the consistency of Indonesia’s foreign policy towards the State of Palestine because our support for the State of Palestine is always firm. And concerning the U-20 World Cup, we share the opinion by the Palestinian ambassador to Indonesia that FIFA has its regulations every member must obey,” Jokowi said in a video message streamed via the YouTube account of the Presidential Secretariat.
"So please don’t mix sports and politics. FIFA has already learned about opposition to Israel’s participation in the U-20 World Cup, but the government and the PSSI are still making efforts to get the best solution," he added.
His statement came after FIFA canceled the group drawing event scheduled in Bali on March 31st. The cancellation followed a massive protest opposing Israel's participation in the Indonesian world cup.
Some of the Indonesian governors and fellow politicians of the ruling Indonesian Democratic Party (PDIP) have voiced opposition to the tournament if Israel is allowed to participate.
Jokowi reminded the public that Indonesia has gone through a tough bidding process to become the host of the prestigious tournament, FIFA World Cup for the first time, winning over Peru and Brazil in the final stage.
"All elements in the country have worked hard to make sure that Indonesia can become the host of the U-20 World Cup and in October 2019 we finally won the FIFA appointment," Jokowi said.
"This is a big honor to Indonesia as we won the trust to host the U-20 World Cup, to manage a sporting event which has the biggest number of fans in the world.”