President Obama at Univeristy of Indonesia
President Obama spoke to students and others at the University of Indonesia about relations between the U.S. and Indonesia. In his remarks he focused on development, democracy, and religious tolerance. He also said that the U.S.-Indonesia partnership was founded on shared values, such as freedom, tolerance, and respect for human rights, and in the future would also include issues ranging from entrepreneurship to clean energy to science and technology. close
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