Indonesia invites Australia to resolve Palestine-Israeli conflict

Indonesia invites Australia to resolve Palestine-Israeli conflict

President Joko Widodo held bilateral talks with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore on the sidelines of the ASEAN summit meeting on Wednesday. (Palace press bureau's photo)

Singapore (ANTARA News) - Indonesia invites Australia to contribute in solving the Palestine-Israeli conflict.

At the ASEAN-Australia Informal Breakfast Summit held at the Suntec Convention Center on Wednesday, President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) expressed hope that the ASEAN-Australia relations would grow stronger under the leadership of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

At the meeting, the president invited Australia to contribute to a fair Palestinian-Israeli peace based on the principle of a two-state solution.

President Jokowi also emphasized his stance in the efforts to create Israel-Palestinian peace based on the principle of a two-state solution.

Indonesia views the two-state solution as the right approach to resolve conflicts fairly.

President Jokowi also expressed high hopes that Australia would help realize peace between Palestine and Israel based on the two-state solution.

At the meeting, the president lauded Australia`s support of the Indo-Pacific concept that highlights ASEAN`s centrality.

"We express our gratitude to PM Morrison for Australia`s support of the Indo-Pacific concept," the president added.


Reporting by Hanni Sofia
Editing by Libertina, Yoseph Hariyadi

 

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