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Australian, Indonesian leaders hold talks on counter-terrorism, bilateral relations

Australian Prime Minister John Howard and visiting Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono held talks in Canberra Monday, stressing their commitment to strengthening bilateral ties and cooperation in fighting terrorism. Speaking at a press conference after the talks, Yudhoyono described the meeting as very productive, saying they discussed the issue of terrorism and how the two countries can strengthen cooperation in many areas relating to counter-terrorism. “I stressed the need to address the roots and causes of terrorism,” said Yudhoyono. “Prime Minister Howard and I agreed we should continue with our joint initiative to promote interfaith dialogue,” he said. Full Story

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