Image: Christine Lagarde. Credit: The AIM Chronicle
Managing Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, will finish her official visit to Indonesia today and the last thing on her busy agenda was to check the readiness for the IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting in Bali.
“Everything is okay, I have checked all the details so far prepared including Wi-Fi connectivity and the security situation,” she said to kompas.com when she met with journalists at Nusa Dua on Friday morning.
Lagarde said she appreciated the efforts of the Indonesian government who had prepared everything.
She said she was satisfied and confident that IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting event will be safe and secure. She also checked the Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC), which will be used for IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting.
“I am sure all of the delegates can enjoy the Bali environment and atmosphere while working here,” she said.
Indonesia and Bali will be hosting the IMF-World Bank Annual Meeting during October 2018. The event will be a great opportunity to promote both Indonesia and Bali to the approximately 15,000 delegates, who consist of heads of state, ministers of finance, central bank governors, bankers, CEOs and media from all over the world.