Uno attributes MotoGP success to government-private collaboration


Collaboration between the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry and the private sector contributed to the successful convening of the MotoGP Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia 2022 in Mandalika, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), Sandiaga Uno stated.

“I do really hope that this ongoing collaboration would continue and be further improved, expanded and sustainable. It is because our awakening is a common awakening. Hopefully, this would be our contribution to recovery of the economy after the pandemic,” Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno noted in a statement on Monday.

During the MotoGP race held at the Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit in Lombok Island on March 18-20, the ministry and the private sector provided goods and facilities required to support the implementation of health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The other steps taken encompassed building clean toilets and giving away health kits containing hand sanitizers, vitamins, face masks, and anti-mosquito cream to various parties including participants and audience as part of a public awareness campaign called “Cleanliness, Health, Safety , and Environment Sustainability” being promoted by the government.

Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of Enesis Group, Ryan Tirta Yudhistira, who collaborated with the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, expressed his gratitude and also thanked him for being given the opportunity to be part of this international event.

“Thank you for the opportunity. Hopefully, this collaboration will continue in the context of Indonesia’s economic recovery,” Ryan added.

Source: Antara News