Ahmadinejad visits Indonesia for nuclear talks

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May 10, 2006 03:36

 
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Iran's president and his Indonesian counterpart were set to discuss Iran's nuclear ambitions Wednesday, with Jakarta pushing for transparency to head off the intensifying international dispute over Tehran's uranium enrichment. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the fiery Iranian leader, arrived in Indonesia early Wednesday at Jakarta's Halim airport. He had no immediate comment upon his arrival but waved to reporters as he departed. Indonesian Foreign Minister Hassan Wirajuda said Tuesday that Ahmadinejad would discuss the nuclear issue with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono when the two leaders met the following day.

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