Indonesia Reaffirms Commitment to Support Peace Process in Afghanistan – Jakarta Globe

Indonesia reaffirmed its commitment to support the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan during a meeting in Kabul between Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Monday (06/11). (Photo courtesy of the Foreign Affairs Ministry)

Jakarta. Indonesia reaffirmed its commitment to support the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan during a meeting in Kabul between Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Monday (06/11).

“Indonesia remains committed to support Afghanistan in the peace process and reconciliation,” Retno said, as quoted in a statement.

She added that as the world’s most populous Muslim nation, Indonesia stands ready to “offer whatever we can do to contribute to peace-building in Afghanistan.”

According to Arrmanatha Nasir, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman, Retno’s visit is a follow-up to Ghani’s visit to Indonesia earlier in April.

Indonesia and Afghanistan at that time agreed to step up cooperation, particularly focusing on peace-building, capacity-building, trade and investment.

Retno’s visit marks the first by an Indonesian foreign minister to…. Read More on Jakarta Globe

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