Susi on a visit to that country from August 18-21 told Norwegian authorities in Oslo about Indonesian commitment to fight illegal fishing, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU fishing).
She said Indonesian is seeking to maximize utilization of the marine resources and for that the country wants support from Norway, First Secretary of the Indonesian embassy in Oslo Hartyo Harkomoyo told Antara news agency in London on Saturday.
During her stay in Norway Susi held talks with senior officials of Norway's fishery ministry , Coast Guard , Ministry of Justice and Public Security, Foreign Ministry and other Norwegian leaders.
Norwegian Director General of Cultivation and Fisheries Vidar Landmark said Indonesia is important partner of Norway, therefore, Oslo welcomed the initiative of the Indonesian government.
Norway would support the initiative either bilaterally or in international forums, Landmark said.
Susi described her dialogues with Norwegian authorities as fruitful in sharing experience and exchanging views on cases of IUU fishing.
The meetings succeeded in identifying concrete form of cooperation that could be carried out by the two countries in dealing with IUU fishing.
Susi's visit to Norway was a follow up of a meeting in Jakarta between President Joko Widodo and the Norwegian Prime Minister in April and the meeting between the foreign ministers of the two countries in Oslo in June, 2015.
The main agenda in Susi's talks with the Norwegian leaders were cooperation plan in aquaculture, sustainable fisheries and IUU Fishing.
Norwegian Fisheries Minister Elisabeth Aspaker plans to make a return visit to Indonesia in November.