On the first day of his visit to Indonesia, King Salman signed a range of cooperation agreements. Among the several pacts King Salman and the Indonesian President Joko Widodo signed an agreement to take down trade barries and another one between state energy companies Saudi Aramco and Pertamina, which is expected to expand Indonesia’s biggest refinery. Moreover as the Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Indonesia said on Tuesday, the two countries will cooperate to defeat terrorism, as military officers already do training in each other’s countries against Daesh militants. King Salman will also meet religious leaders, make a speech at paliament and visit Southeast Asia’a biggest mosque. The aim of Indonesia during Saudi’s visitt is to attract billions of dollars of investments from the kingdom besides building cultural and religious ties and promoting education.