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State Intelligence Agency
Cabinet Mr. Sudi Silalahi
Gang of Nine
Institute of Technology
Bogor Agricultural University
In addition to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, intercepts also made against the first lady Ani Yudhoyono and a number of senior Minister of Indonesia.
The Chief of Indonesian Cooperative Council (Dekopin) A. M. Nurdin Halid has spoken the roadmap-of the Cooperative to Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono as the president of Indonesia and the wife, Ani Yudhoyono, Cooperative Minister and MSE's, Syarief Hasan, The governor of North Sumatra, Gatot Pujo Nugroho and participant of Cooperative day 67th in Medan.
President Yudhoyono, who is slated to hand over office to Joko Widodo on October 20, noted that in the next five days his presidency will end and Indonesia will have a new president.
In the case of Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), I believe multiple approaches are needed," Yudhoyono stated while addressing one thousand cadets at the West Point Military Academy. The president noted that ISIS may be defeated using military forces, but the world needs to ensure that the movement will not be spread among the future generations. "This is not only the responsibility of the military forces but also the police, diplomats, religious figures, and civilians. Indonesia, for instance, has conducted de-radicalization programs by engaging religious figures to fight extremism," Yudhoyono emphasized. "Once ISIS [Islamic State in Iraq and Syria] can be defeated militarily, we will urgently need to come up with subsequent measures to ensure that future generations will not take up their diabolical cause again," Yudhoyono said on Monday in the United States, according to the Indonesian presidential website. "This is not the task of militaries but the task of politicians, diplomats, religious leaders and civil society." The US military and its allies on Monday night started bombing IS targets in Syria, the US Department of Defense announced on Tuesday. A news release said Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates "participated in or supported" the airstrikes, part of US President Barack Obama's "comprehensive strategy to degrade and ultimately defeat" IS. Addressing the role of the military in a changing world, Yudhoyono, himself a retired four-star general, argued that it is much more difficult to end a war than to start one. "This is where politics and effective diplomacy are much needed, based on the strong commitment by world political leaders to select political and diplomatic options in pursuing their national interests," he said. Citing the successes of his own administration in ending decades of conflict in Aceh and achieving peaceful reconciliation with Timor-Leste after decades of Indonesian occupation, the president stressed the importance of strong political will and confidence-building measures between nations. Strong inter-military relations are also important in preventing conflict, Yudhoyono said, because "if relations between the military and the relations between business and economic actors are strong, then the politicians will think twice before declaring war." Yudhoyono visited Portugal before crossing the Atlantic and will fly to Japan after attending the 69th United Nations General Assembly and the 2014 UN Climate Summit. "This is one of the themes that will be discussed in Washington DC when I meet with US Islamic and non-Islamic leaders," Yudhoyono was quoted as saying by state-run Antara news agency on Thursday morning, before departing for Portugal on the first leg of his trip. Besides Portugal and the US, the president and his wife, Ani Yudhoyono, will also visit Japan. "This is not just about the military operation by Western powers or other members of the international community, what is needed, according to Indonesia, is a political solution and a non-military solution." Yudhoyono is scheduled to leave Portugal on Saturday and then head to the US. In New York, Yudhoyono will attend the high-level plenary meeting of the UN General Assembly. He will chair the plenary meeting of the UN Climate Summit, give the opening speech at the Open Government Partnership High Level Event and officially open the Indonesian Muslim Association in America (Imaam) Center. Gross domestic product is forecast to expand 5.6 percent in 2015, from this year's target of 5.5 percent, Yudhoyono said in his televised annual address on Friday to the House of Representatives, where he submitted the 2015 state budget plan. The proposal also set inflation at 4.4 percent next year, down from this year's target of 5.3 percent, as the government vowed to "maintain food supply and distribution to people and improving close coordination with Bank Indonesia," Yudhoyono said. The government set the rupiah to trade at 11,900 against the dollar in 2015, down from a projected 11,600 this year, taking into account the possibility that the US Federal Reserve will raise its key interest rate next year, Yudhoyono said. Yudhoyono on Thursday held a press conference demanding Canberra be transparent in order to clear things up. "The Wikileaks information … has tainted my good image and that of Ibu Mega," Yudhoyono told reporters. "I really hope and I want the Australian government and authorities to open and reveal as clearly as possible the legal [case]." The Australian embassy in Indonesia issued a statement on Thursday saying that even though Yudhoyono and Megawati were named in the court order it did not "imply wrongdoing on their part." Yudhoyono said on Thursday that Australian authorities should work with the KPK to investigate the matter, but the corruption watchdog must further study the case before making any official statements or taking action. "We emphasize that President Yudhoyono and former president Megawati are not involved in the case," said the statement. Yudhoyono said an explanation was necessary because the report had mentioned that 17 senior officials from Asian countries had been reportedly protected by the Australian government through a special order saying that no investigation should be carried out as it could affect the relationship between Australia and those countries. "Of those prominent figures, SBY and Megawati (former Indonesian president) were also mentioned by WikiLeaks report released on July 29, 2014, concerning the alleged multimillion dollar corruption case, explicitly naming the current and past heads of state," the president noted. The Indonesian president said he had to provide clarification on the report and has collected more information from concerned authorities. "Such kinds of news spread fast. As it is a sensitive news, and as it concerns my and Mrs Megawatis honor and dignity, I had decided to take action and issue this statement. Because I consider that news has denigrated and harmed Mrs Megawati and me. It has caused speculation and suspicion," he stated. Yudhoyono added that if the Australian authorities conducted investigation on the WikiLeaks report, the investigation process should be open and transparent. If any Indonesian had been named in the corruption case, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) should be involved in the investigation, he stated. After the document was uploaded, Dr Yudhoyono insisted that Australia immediately clarify why his name had been mentioned in such a context. "I ask that Australia issue a statement that both [former president] Megawati [Sukarnoputri]] and my names are unstained, and so they do not defame other Indonesian officials. We want to hear directly from Australia," Dr Yudhoyono said, as reported by news portal Viva. Dr Yudhoyono requested that the government of Tony Abbott reveal to Indonesia as clearly as possible which officials were under suspicion, both in Australia and in Indonesia. "If there are elements of this case in Indonesia, for example, please tell us who is involved … If law breaking is suspected, what is the case? And if it does exist, please work with the Indonesian corruption eradication commission (KPK)," Dr Yudhoyono said. Yudhoyono said an explanation was necessary because the report had mentioned that 17 senior officials from Asian countries had been reportedly protected by the Australian government through a special order saying that no investigation should be carried out as it could affect the relationship between Australia and those countries. Yudhoyono added that if the Australian authorities conducted investigation on the WikiLeaks report, the investigation process should be open and transparent. If any Indonesian had been named in the corruption case, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) should be involved in the investigation, he stated. After obtaining certification from the Defense Ministry in the coming days and a test flight set to be held next week, the aircraft will be ready to be utilized by Yudhoyono - who has been flying on a jet leased from flag carrier Garuda Indonesia for more than nine years of his presidency - for his travels around the country and overseas. However, Sudi said Yudhoyono would have little time to enjoy the perk. However, Yudhoyono did not attend Thursday's ceremony, which was held only a day after the legislative election. Yudhoyono issued has issued a presidential decree appointing the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) as the coordinator of other intelligence agencies in the country. Amid fury in Indonesia about claims Australia's Defense Signals Directorate bugged the phone of Yudhoyono, his wife and senior colleagues in 2009, Marty dismissed suggestions that Indonesia needed to spy on other governme
HER Majesty Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha consented to grant an audience to the spouse of Indonesia's President, Mrs Ani Bambang Yudhoyono and the spouse of Singapore's Prime Minister, Mrs Ho Ching at Istana Darul Hana in Jalan Tutong yesterday evening.
JAKARTA, INDONESIA: His Royal Highness Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Senior Minister at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and Her Royal Highness Paduka Seri Pengiran Anak Isteri Pengiran Anak Sarah Pengiran Haji Salleh Ab Rahaman yesterday continued the itinerary of Their Highnesses Official Visit to the Republic of Indonesia by paying a Courtesy Call on the President of the Republic of Indonesia, His Excellency Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, and spouse, Ibu Ani Bambang Yudhoyono.
His Royal Highness Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Senior Minister at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and Her Royal Highness Paduka Seri Pengiran Anak Isteri Pengiran Anak Sarah Pengiran Haji Salleh Ab Rahaman during a courtesy call with the President of the Republic of Indonesia, His Excellency Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, and spouse, Ibu Ani Bambang Yudhoyono. His Royal Highness and His Excellency the President of Indonesia then exchanged views on the warm bilateral relations in various fields of cooperation. Accompanying His Royal Highness and Her Royal Highness were the Deputy Minister at the Prime Minister's Office, Dato Paduka Awg Hj Ali Hj Apong and the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Brunei Darussalam to the Republic of Indonesia, His Excellency Retired Brigadier General Dato Paduka Hj Mahmud Hj Saidin and wife.