Ahmadinejad in Indonesia to discuss nuclear issue

May 9, 2006 20:53

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in Indonesia Tuesday night to discuss the international dispute over Tehran's nuclear ambitions in the world's most populous Muslim nation. Ahmadinejad, battling a US-led effort to bring United Nations' sanctions down on Iran if it refuses to compromise on the nuclear standoff, arrived for a three-day state visit followed by a development conference on the resort island of Bali. He had no immediate comment upon his arrival at Jakarta's Halim airport but waved to reporters.

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