Regional stability will be on the agenda for discussions as New Zealand's Foreign Minister visits Indonesia's capital today.
Winston Peters' Jakarta trip had already been planned before last Friday's mosque terror attack in Christchurch.
Mr Peters has indicated he will use the visit to express condolences for Indonesians killed in the Christchurch attacks.
He is also to attend a High Level Dialogue on Indo-Pacific Cooperation, hosted by Indonesia's government.
The minister will meet his Australian counterpart Marise Payne who said she would convey condolences on the terrorist attack.
According to Ms Payne, the dialogue is an opportunity for countries in the Indo-Pacific region to better work together to promote an open, inclusive and prosperous region.
"Enhancing our practical cooperation and seeking to build cohesion across the region serves to support security, stability and prosperity for all members of the Indo-Pacific," Ms Payne said