"The President accompanied by First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo and his entourage took off for Jakarta via International Airport Helmut-Schmidt Hamburg, Germany, at 19:09 local time or 0:09 pm Western Indonesia Standard Time (WIB)," the Press Bureau of the Media and Information of the Presidential Secretariat said in a press statement received by Antara in Jakarta on Sunday.
Besides, Jokowi, all heads of state and government who attended the G20 summit also left the City of Hamburg to return to their respective countries.
Indonesian Presidential Aircraft-1 will stop in Abu Dhabi International Airport, United Arab Emirates, for refueling.
According to the schedule, the President and his entourage will arrive in the country on Sunday afternoon.
Earlier, President Jokowi met several state leaders on the sidelines of the G20 Summit including Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, US President Donald Trump, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Jokowi met Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte during his first bilateral meeting.
He also received leaders of the business sector in Europe, particularly from Germany, during a business forum.
The meetings with Trump, Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phucey, Norwegian prime minister, and President Jae-in are held on the sidelines of the G20 Summit Meeting.
In his meeting with Prime Minister Rutte, Jokowi discussed cooperation to develop the economy and security sectors.
The President urged the Government of the Netherlands to support the exports of Indonesian crude palm oil products to the European region.
Additionally, the president expressed hope that the Indonesia-EU Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement would help to develop economic cooperation between Indonesia and the Netherlands.
He also discussed the security situation, particularly related to the efforts to eradicate terrorism, with Prime Minister Rutte.
Indonesian Ambassador to Germany Fauzi Bowo bid farewell to the President and First Lady who left for Indonesia.
The President during the flight to Jakarta was accompanied by a number of officials.
They included Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung, Acting Head of the Presidential Secretariat Winata Supriatna, The President's Military Secretary Rear Marshal Trisno Hendradi and Presidential Guards Commander Major General Suhartono.
Director General of Protocol and Consular Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Andri Hadi, the President's Private Secretary Anggit Noegroho, Presidential Special Staff Ari Dwipayana and Acting Deputy for Protocol, Press, Media and Information Affairs of the Presidential Secretariat Ari Setiawan aslo accompanied President Jokowi during his return flight. (WDY)