Indonesia supports Iran's right to nuke technology

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May 9, 2006 12:02

 
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Indonesia said it supports Iran's right to pursue nuclear technology for peaceful means but reiterated its opposition to weapons proliferation ahead of a six-day visit by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, starting Tuesday. Indonesian Foreign Minister Hassan Wirajuda said Ahmadinejad would discuss the nuclear issue with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono when the two leaders meet Wednesday. "We want to hear for ourselves from Iran about their position on the resolution being discussed at the United Nations," he told reporters late Monday.

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