G & # 39; day, I & # 39; m ScoMo & # 39 ;: Prime Minister Scott Morrison lands in Jakarta, and gets directly into a car with license plates & # 39; Australia & # 39; personalized, on his first international trip since he took office
- Morrison landed in Jakarta, Indonesia, on his first international trip
- The Australian prime minister has been in office for less than a week since he swore
- He is in Indonesia discussing trade, security and regional cooperation
Greta Levy for Daily Mail Australia
Scott Morrison landed in Jakarta on his first international trip as Australia's prime minister.
Just six days after his oath, the country's 30th leader arrived on Indonesia's shores to address trade, security and regional cooperation with Prime Minister Joko Widodo.
Mr. Morrison was greeted with a red carpet and a black BMW equipped with custom license plates from "AUSTRALIA".
In a truly Australian way, the new leader shook Lembong's hand and said "G & # 39; day & # 39;
Morrison was received at the international airport by the president of the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board, Thomas Trikasih Lembong.
Australian-style, the new leader shook hands with Lembong and said "G & # 39; day".
Mr. Widodo and Mr. Morrison will enjoy the tea and discuss a long-awaited free trade agreement with the country, according to SBS.
The agreement is almost complete and opens a bidirectional relationship with the country.
The President of the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board, Thomas Trikasih Lembong, welcomed Mr. Morrison at the International Airport (left)
There will be opportunities for farmers, students and manufacturers.
"For many years, the relationship has been described as underestimated," Indonesian Business Council President Phil Turtle told reporters in Jakarta on Thursday.
"There is a great opportunity now to have this agreement as a starting point to try and do much better than we have been."
Despite the recent change in the Australian leader, Turtle said it would not affect the negotiations.
Mr. Morrison told reporters before the flight: "We are a government that believes in commerce because commerce creates jobs. We are a pro-business government. "
Despite the recent change in the Australian leader, Business Council chairman Phil Turtle said it would not affect the negotiations