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UPDATED: 08:22, March 16, 2005
Indonesia understands China's adoption of Anti-Secession Law: spokeswoman
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The adoption of the Anti-Secession Law by the National People's Congress of China is understandable and Indonesia is consistently pursuing the one-China policy, a spokesman of the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.

In answering questions from Xinhua, Marty Natalegawa also reaffirmed that Indonesia supports China's efforts for a peaceful reunification of the country.

Meanwhile, Jury Dhamrin, deputy spokesman of the ministry said, "We don't get comment on such policy, it's Chinese internal affairs. But we are consistent in the one-China policy."

Source: Xinhua


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