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Indonesia Remains Committed to Peace in Afghanistan

Monday, March 5, 2018

Indonesia has taken another step in helping Afghanistan’s peace and reconciliation process.

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Indonesia has taken another step in helping Afghanistan’s peace and reconciliation process. Following an earlier visit by President Joko Widodo, Vice President Jusuf Kalla visited Afghanistan February 27-March 1 and met with the leaders of the nation currently still plagued by conflict.

During his visit, the Vice President, accompanied by Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi, laid the first stone at the site for the Indonesia Islamic Center (IIC) cl

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