Indonesia Cannot Commit to Saudi-led Military Coalition

Fajar Nugraha    •    16 Desember 2015 19:40 WIB
terrorism
Indonesia Cannot Commit to Saudi-led Military Coalition
Minister of Foreign Affairs (Photo: MI/Rommy Pujianto)

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Saudi Arabia formed a 34 country coalition to protect Islamic nations From the terrorist groups. Indonesia is not participating in the coalition.
 
"The communication conducted by the Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister was not on the military coalition," mentioned Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi, when contacted by Metrotvnews.com, Wednesday (12/16/2015).
 
"Any initiatives, for us is important to be clear on the modalities, purpose and many others," added the FM. "Therefore we cannot provide any commitments before any detailed information on the initiative," affirmed FM Retno.
 
When asked whether there is any support from Indonesia on the military coalition, the minister answered, "We can't say we support or not, because we do not know what the concept is like."
 
On Tuesday, December 15, the Saudi Arabian government announced the establishment of 34-country coalition to protect Islam from the groups terrorizing innocent parties.
 
The coalition is shown to fight all kinds of terrorist groups. Egypt, Qatar, Arab Emirates, Turkey, Malaysia, Pakistan and several other gulf countries and African nations are included within the coalition.



(WAH)


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