Indonesian President Expressed His Condolences
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President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono expressed his condolences to Prime Minister David Cameron over the vicious murder against Lee Rigby, British soldier who was attacked on the streets of South London. It conveyed its condolences on Friday (05/24/2013) afternoon.
According to information on social networking accounts belonging Office of the Special Staff of the President of International Relations Teuku Faiza, @ SKPBidangHI, the speech delivered by President Yudhoyono when receiving telephone PM Cameron. While the official website of President Yudhoyono said that the President received the call at his private residence, in Puri Cikeas Indah, Bogor, West Java.
Cameron called President Yudhoyono to discuss the preparation of a draft submission of the post-2015 development agenda, the discussion of the results of the UN High Level Panel on UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Scheduled for submission in late May 2013 at UN headquarters in New York. President with Cameron and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is a joint chair of the UN panel formed.
In addition to condolences, the President also expressed support for the Government of Indonesia in the war against terrorism. "President Yudhoyono stressed that terrorism in any form can not be justified. Indonesia will always support cooperation to combat terrorism," wrote the account.
Lee Rigby beheaded in the Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich, south London, on Wednesday (22/05/2013) afternoon local time. The assailant then raved that their actions were a response to the government's involvement in the war, and British troops who torment people in the country of origin of the perpetrators.
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