Consulate-General of Indonesia, Vancouver

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The Consulate-General of Indonesia in Vancouver is Indonesia's diplomatic mission in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The building is situated at 1630 Alberni Street, Vancouver, British Columbia.[1] The consulate provides consular services to Indonesians and foreigners in British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon and the Northwest Territories, and promotes Indonesia in Canada.[2] The consulate includes a display of Indonesian arts and crafts including a Becak.

History[edit]

Representation of Indonesia in Vancouver started with the appointing of Honorary Consuls since 1962. In 1982 a consulate was decided to be established. It was located in 1455 West Georgia Street. In 1993 it was upgraded to a Consulate-General and, subsequently, in 1998, the office moved its premises to its current location.[3]

Current Consul General and Senior Staffs[edit]

Bambang Hiendrasto was appointed as the Consul General in 2010 and still remains in office.[4]

Position Name
Head of Chancery and Consul for Economic Affairs Arief Bin Muhammad
Vice Consul for Economic Affairs Vacant
Consul for Protocol and Consular Affairs Sukaryono Pahlawanto
Consul for Information, Social and Cultural Affairs Agung Cahaya Sumirat
Treasurer Rosmala

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Coordinates: 49°17′25″N 123°07′55″W / 49.2904°N 123.1319°W / 49.2904; -123.1319