Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Karachi

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The first Indonesian Representative Office for Pakistan was opened in October 1947 in Karachi, right after 2 (two) months Pakistan declared independence. This is proof that Indonesia's closeness with Pakistan has existed since the beginning of the independence struggle of each country. The first Head of Indonesian Representatives was led by “Mr Idham". At that time, Mr Idham opened an Indonesian Representative office at “Hotel Charlton”, Karachi, which is located not far from the Karachi Railway station. In 1967, the Government of Pakistan moved its administrative centre from the City of Karachi to the City of Islamabad, so that at that time, the Government of Indonesia also moved its representative in Karachi to become the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad. After that and until now the Consulate General in Karachi is located on Jalan Shara-e-Iran, Clifton Block 5 Karachi. Currently, the Indonesian Consulate General in Karachi is led by Dr. June Kuncoro Hadiningrat as Consul General. As a representative of the Indonesian government in Pakistan, the Indonesian Consulate General in Karachi carries out a diplomatic mission in the Sindh Province. Increasing bilateral cooperation between the two countries in the fields of economy, trade, investment, tourism, education and socio-culture is a top priority. In addition, the Indonesian Consulate General in Karachi provides visa services and information about Indonesia, as well as services and protection for Indonesian citizens residing in the Sindh province of Pakistan.