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UPDATED: 20:16, April 23, 2007
Indonesia prefers peaceful solution on Kosovo
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Indonesia preferred a peaceful solution on Kosovo issue, which can be received by both Serbia and Kosovo Albanian, state spokesman Dino Pati Djalal said on Monday.

Dino told reporters after visiting special envoy of the United Nations (UN) Marti Ahtisaari met with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the State Palace here.

The envoy has given a proposal to the security council of the UN about Kosovo, said Dino.

"We want this problem be settled peacefully, without triggering new conflicts. For us the most important thing is a process that can be received by both Kosovo and Serbia," he said.

However, the spokesman said that Indonesia would officially announce its commitment on the issue later, after learning about the problem.

"As a non-permanent member of the Security Council of the UN, Indonesia still want to hear some other views of other countries in the Security Council," he said.

During the meeting with President Susilo, the UN special envoy elaborated about his proposal on the settlement of the Kosovo issue, including a future plan, said Dino.

Ahtisaari rejected to comment after the meeting.

Source: Xinhua

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