23. Culture and Tourism Jero Wacik -(picture) (profile) 24. Research and Technology Kusmayanto Kadiman -(picture) (profile) 25. Cooperatives and Small-Medium Enterprises Surya Dharma Ali - (profile) 26. Environmental Affairs Rachmat Witoelar - (profile) 27. Administrative Reform Taufik Effendi - (profile) 28. Development Accelaration of Underdeveloped Regions Saifullah Yusuf -(picture) (profile) 29. Communication and Information Sofyan Djalil -(picture) (profile) 30. State Enterprises Soegiharto - (profile) 31. Women Empowerment Meutia Farida Hatta Swasono - (foto) (profile) 32. Youth and Sports Affairs Adhyaksa M. Dault -(picture) (profile) 33. Public Housing Muhammad Yusuf Ashari - (profile) 34. National Development Agency/Chairperson of Bappenas Sri Mulyani -(picture) (profile)
Officials at Ministerial Level
35. Attorney General Abdul Rahman Saleh - (profile) 36. Cabinet Secretary Sudi Silalahi -(picture) (profile)
Visa regulations have been in a state of flux since 2002, with changes being made in response to political imperatives and then reversed when pressure is brought to bear by tourism interests. Nationals of 21 countries, including Australia, the US and some European countries, are able to obtain a visa on arrival in Indonesia. Visas on arrival can only be obtained at designated international airports and seaports and Indonesia requires at least 6 months validity remaining on passports for visitors entering the country. Two visa types are available to passengers arriving at a point of entry where the visa on arrival facility is offered. These are a three day short-stay visa for US$ 10.00 and a 30 day visa for US$ 25.00. Payment must be made in US dollars on arrival. It is recommended that travellers have the exact US dollars cash available as not all entry points will have full bank facilities in place until late 2004. Citizens of a further 8 countries, mostly in Southeast Asia, do not require visas. All other nationals will need to obtain a visa before arrival.
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