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The leader of the Indonesia-Malaysia to relieve tension

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The leader of the Indonesia-Malaysia to relieve tension ; International law expert from the University of Indonesia, Hikmahanto Juwana, asking leaders of Indonesia and Malaysia immediately defuse tensions between the two countries. If allowed, he was afraid of complicating relations between the two countries.

"Now it's happening at the level of public tension. Now it's just how the two elite country to ease tension in their respective countries," he said after the discussion on "The fate of migrant workers and Diplomacy Half a Heart" in Jakarta yesterday.

Hikmahanto suspect action by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Razak some time ago is one of efforts to pacify the public, both in Indonesia and Malaysia.

Incident arrest of three officers of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Malaysian police have triggered a number of demo anarkistis. The demonstrators pelted the embassy fence with feces. The protestors were quickly arrested. The Malaysian government then "return" demo which was considered excessive by the threat of issuing travel advisory for its citizens who will travel to Indonesia.

Hikmahanto officials hope the two countries did not use the travel advisory as an instrument of diplomacy. The move, according to him, it would be dangerous. According Hikmahanto, a compromise needs to be done.

Until yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia expressed attitudes can not be related to the threats issued travel advisory issued by Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman on Thursday. "We do not want to deck-if.'ll Even make the situation worse," said a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry, Teuku Faizasyah, when contacted yesterday. He added, until yesterday there has been no official statement from the Malaysian government's travel advisory about it.

Rector of the University of Indonesia Gumilar Rusliwa Somantri rate that occurred between Indonesia and Malaysia is currently like a dispute between brothers and sisters. "Few dispute that there are ordinary, but we should be able to think clearly," he said after leading the graduation ceremony at the Hall Uiversitas Indonesia, Depok, yesterday.

The tension between the two countries do not affect education. He said the UI still maintaining good relations with universities in Malaysia, especially Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). Deputy Vice Chancellor, UKM bin Hasan Basri said the tension between the two countries did not affect the lives of around 600 Indonesian students studying in UKM.

"There is no change and there is also no problem," he said in Uiversitas Indonesia. Hasan's visit to Indonesia recognizes no barriers.
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