Minister of Youth and Sports Dito Ariotedjo (second right) gives the Red and White Flag to Chef de Mission of the Indonesian Contingent at the Asian Para Games Angela Tanoesoedibjo. Photo: ANTARA FOTO/Aloysius Jarot Nugroho/cellphone.
HANGZHOU – The Minister of Youth and Sports (Menpora), Dito Ariotedjo, confirmed the provision of bonuses for Indonesian athletes competing in the 2022 Asian Para Games (AiPG). In his statement, he also indicated the possibility of additional bonuses, depending on the policies to be taken by the President Joko Widodo.
It is very likely that Dito will provide additional bonuses to athletes who succeed in exceeding the predetermined targets. This becomes an incentive for athletes who achieve extraordinary achievements.
He is optimistic that Indonesia will achieve the targets that have been set, and hopes that there will be support and prayers from all Indonesian people to encourage the achievement of these goals.
“Bonuses for the Asian Para Games have been prepared, and the policy regarding these bonuses will usually be determined by the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. Whether the bonuses will be added or not, especially if the target is successfully exceeded, will be a decision later,” explained Dito in his statement received. on Tuesday (24/10/2023).
Apart from that, Dito also ensured that Indonesia’s achievements at the Asian Para Games were in accordance with previously established plans. To date, not a single target has been achieved, and Dito hopes that this achievement will continue to increase. He invited all Indonesian people to provide support and prayers to the Indonesian contingent so that they can give their best.
Chef de Mission (CdM) AiPG 2022, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, also provided a statement supporting this hope. He ensures that the athletes receive good care, and his party continues to coordinate with the coaches. This is done to ensure that athletes receive the care and support necessary for recovery.
“We continue to coordinate with the coaches regarding the athlete’s excellent condition. “After a match, it’s normal for injuries or recurrences of injuries, but recovery continues,” said Angela.
To date, the Indonesian contingent has collected 12 medals, consisting of 3 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 5 bronze medals. With this achievement, Indonesia is in seventh place in the provisional medal tally. All eyes are focused on the further struggles of the Indonesian athletes at the Asian Para Games.