Jacek Czaputowicz was speaking after a meeting in Warsaw with his visiting Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi.
Czaputowicz told a news conference that Poland wanted to sell more farm produce in Asia.
"Today we discussed opportunities to increase exports of beef, apples, berries and dairy products,” he said.
He added that Poland had offered to sell Indonesia modern technology and was eyeing cooperation in the defence, mining and electronics industries.
Indonesia’s Marsudi told reporters that Poland was her country’s largest trading partner in Central Europe.
Last year, trade between the two countries increased by 21 percent to over USD 1 billion, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.
While in Indonesia last year, Czaputowicz opened a new foreign trade office for the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) in Jakarta.
The office aims to foster business ties between the two nations despite the geographical distance.
Czaputowicz was quoted as saying at the time that Indonesia offered “great potential” for Polish businesses.
Source: IAR, PAP