U.N. officials have expressed concern about the prospects of an embassy in the Indonesian capital Jakarta after the government of Jakarta said it would construct a large new U.M.
S Embassy there.
The U.K. government also said it was considering an embassy.
U.B.H. Jakarta Mayor Fikri Tengku told a news conference the project would be “huge” and would “be very costly” to build.
The city has a population of just over one million people.
Jakarta was home to a U.U.S.-backed coup in 1971 and has been a major U.T.A. headquarters since.
Jakarta is the third-largest city in Indonesia, after Jakarta and Jakarta.
In October, the Jakarta Municipal Council approved the construction plan for the UFAS headquarters, a 4.4-million-square-meter complex in a major commercial and residential district.
Jakarta City Council members have voiced concerns about the costs of the project and said it could become a problem.
The United States and other countries have been building diplomatic missions in Indonesia.
The Trump administration has made building new embassies a priority, citing the threat of a terror attack.
In 2016, the State Department approved a $100 million loan for the $50 million embassy.
Jakarta also has a long history of U.F.A.-style military bases, including the largest in the world, UF-10, a base that includes the headquarters for U.
H-60 Black Hawk helicopters.
The bases, which cost $10 billion each, are among the most important U.A., A.S., B.E., F.
A, and F.
B bases in the region.