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NZ won’t lift ban on military ties

August 1, 2018
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New Zealand says its five-year-old ban on military ties withIndonesia will stay in place despite the United States taking stepsto reopen such links. (Sydney Morning Herald — 28 February, 2005)
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The United States has decided to resume a training program for members of the Indonesian armed forces suspended since 1992 the US State Department has announced Secretary of State Condoleezza Ri (ABC News — 27 February, 2005)
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The Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) today welcomed a United States decision to resume training members of the Indonesian military after a 14-year hiatus, a military spokesman said. (The Australian — 27 February, 2005)
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Indonesia has welcomed the Bush administration’s decision to resume a training program for the Indonesian military that has been suspended since 1992. (The Australian — 28 February, 2005)
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Indonesia may resume participation in a U.S. military training program after an absence of more than a decade, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has determined. (Washington Post — 28 February, 2005)
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Indonesia said the plan by the Bush administration opened the door to a new era between the nations. (New York Times — 6 hours ago)
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Australia’s support for an end to the UN mission in East Timorreflects a desire to improve relations with Indonesia, a USthinktank says. (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 hour ago)
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