Monday, November 20, 2006

President Bush Met with Protests in Indonesia

President Bush arrived in Indonesia after a two day APEC Summit in Vietnam for talks with Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. The two men met in the Javan city of Bogor and discussed security, trade and health issues. Hundreds of protesters gathered in Bogor to complain about US foreign policy in Iraq and Afghanistan, though no violence was reported. Read more about reaction from the Indonesian press.

Read statements made by the two Presidents, including questions and answers from the press.

President Bush has been traveling in Southeast Asia, visiting Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

To learn more about Indonesia, check out the Government Publication Library's subject guide on Indonesia.

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