The Indonesian government said on Monday that it will not provide a free visa facility to any country having radical ideology or active drug business, a minister said here on Monday.
Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Maritime Rizal Ramli made the remarks as the country aims to expand the facilities to 45 countries in part to revive the industry.
Rizal said the government expects 20 millions foreign holiday makers coming into the country annually within the next 5 years, double than this year's target.
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