Friday, September 24, 2010

In The UN General Assembly, Obama Will affirm to Idonesia

NEW YORK - After two delays, the President of the United States (U.S.), Barack Obama will visit Indonesia confirms. Obama's remarks came in the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) in New York, United States (U.S.).
This was conveyed by Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa during a press conference at the Barclay Intercontinental Hotel, 111 East 48th Street, New York, USA, on Thursday (09/23/2010) afternoon local time.
Today, Marty said, the UN General Assembly entered the phase of general debate (public debate). Obama's statement that it will visit Indonesia when Obama delivered a speech turn.
"Spoken U.S. President in addition to the problem of global world, which he delivered there specifically. First, the announcement of a planned visit by Obama in Indonesia in the near future. It is called (when), but our understanding of the end of this year," said Marty.
The visit is a series with Obama's planned visit to Asia, mainly India. About certainty when Obama visited, Marty says everything is possible depending on the dynamics that exist.
"We certainly have followed closely the dynamics of the past, not sure what will happen within one week, two weeks ahead, or two months ahead. We just prepared everything. Any State also can not predict the state of one or next two months, "he explained.
Is this Obama's planned visit to answer the President's absence in the US-ASEAN Summit so important? "If Hillary Clinton was asked only," Marty said in evasion.
ASEAN-US Leaders Meeting or the US-ASEAN summit will be held Friday, September 24 in New York. President Barack Obama will attend, along with eight leaders of ASEAN countries. What is absent is the leader of Myanmar and Indonesia. Indonesia was represented by vice president who will lead the delegation of Indonesia.

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