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Jakarta Post

Moroccan ambassador says democracy in RI will endure

  • Veeramalla Anjaiah and David Stone-Resneck,

    The Jakarta Post,

Jakarta   /   Sat, January 24 2009   /  03:35 pm

Moroccan Ambassador to Indonesia Abderrahmane Drissi Alami, who has served as a true friend to Indonesia and played a significant role in increasing trade volume and improving bilateral relations, will return to his home country shortly having completed his tenure. "Moroccans do not need any visas to visit Indonesia and vice versa for Indonesians. This is an example of our good relationship," Ambassador Alami told The Jakarta Post in an interview at his office in Jakarta recently. Alami, who submitted his credentials to then president Megawati Soekarnoputri on July 3, 2003, is leaving Jakarta and his many Indonesian friends having completed his long diplomatic tenure here. Alami said Morocco was pleased with the Indonesia offered it during its stint as a nonpermanent member of United Nations and in other international forums. "Morocco and Indonesia are very good frien...