JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The House of Representatives (DPR RI)’s Commission I supports US President Barack Obama’s visit to Indonesia and hopes it will speed up the Israel-Palestine peace process with Indonesia’s support, a legislator said here Thursday. "We hope Obama’s visit will speed up the Israel-Palestine peace process. We hope the US will no longer defend Israel," Hayono Isman, a House Commission I member, said. "We hope the US will be more objective, and not only see things from the viewpoint of democracy but also from the humanitarian side, and consider the fate of the Palestinians who are now suffering under tremendous Israeli pressure," he said. According to Hayono, the House Commission I supported President Obama’s visit, and was hoping it would speed up the Israel-Palestine peace process. "Because the crux of the world’s problems lies in the Middle East. It has led to all the violence, including terrorism and must first be solved in order to settle all other world disputes," he said. He said Indonesia was ready to help the United States overcome the problem of terrorism. "So if the US is concerned about terrorism, they must solve the problem in the Middle East," he said. About Indonesia-US bilateral relations, Hayono said one thing the US should not do again was imposing an embargo on supply of military hardware to Indonesia. The US should also help to solve the problems faced by Palestine. Another problem that could affect Indonesia-US relations was related to Papua. Indonesia wants the US to recognize Papua and West Papua as being integral parts of Indonesia. Hayono said the US president’s visit which was postponed three times previously would this time not be delayed and Obama was scheduled to arrive in Jakarta on Tuesday, November 9, 2010. "The information we at the Commission I received was that the Obama visit would not be postponed." "He will come although we are concerned about his party’s loss in the US House of Representatives election on November 2, 2010. Apart from that, this visit to Indonesia is okay," Hayono said. ' />
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How Indonesian House Sounds Support on Obama"s Visit


JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The House of Representatives (DPR RI)’s Commission I supports US President Barack Obama’s visit to Indonesia and hopes it will speed up the Israel-Palestine peace process with Indonesia’s support, a legislator said here Thursday.

"We hope Obama’s visit will speed up the Israel-Palestine peace process. We hope the US will no longer defend Israel," Hayono Isman, a House Commission I member, said.

"We hope the US will be more objective, and not only see things from the viewpoint of democracy but also from the humanitarian side, and consider the fate of the Palestinians who are now suffering under tremendous Israeli pressure," he said.

According to Hayono, the House Commission I supported President Obama’s visit, and was hoping it would speed up the Israel-Palestine peace process.

"Because the crux of the world’s problems lies in the Middle East. It has led to all the violence, including terrorism and must first be solved in order to settle all other world disputes," he said.

He said Indonesia was ready to help the United States overcome the problem of terrorism. "So if the US is concerned about terrorism, they must solve the problem in the Middle East," he said.

About Indonesia-US bilateral relations, Hayono said one thing the US should not do again was imposing an embargo on supply of military hardware to Indonesia. The US should also help to solve the problems faced by Palestine.

Another problem that could affect Indonesia-US relations was related to Papua. Indonesia wants the US to recognize Papua and West Papua as being integral parts of Indonesia.

Hayono said the US president’s visit which was postponed three times previously would this time not be delayed and Obama was scheduled to arrive in Jakarta on Tuesday, November 9, 2010.

"The information we at the Commission I received was that the Obama visit would not be postponed." "He will come although we are concerned about his party’s loss in the US House of Representatives election on November 2, 2010. Apart from that, this visit to Indonesia is okay," Hayono said.
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