Abbas cancels planned visit to Indonesia

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June 9, 2006 12:26

 
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Palestinian Chairman Mahmoud Abbas canceled a planned visit to Indonesia just hours after the trip was announced, a foreign ministry spokesman said Friday. Abbas, who was to have arrived June 23 to discuss the Middle East peace process with his territory's longtime ally, apparently decided it wasn't a good time to be away. "The visit was canceled because of (the Palestinian) domestic situation," ministry spokesman Desra Percaya said. Abbas also had intended to discuss plans to hold a national referendum on establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel and brief his Indonesian counterpart, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, on broader peace initiatives, Percaya said.

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