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visit in Indonesia, Obama Talk About Economy, Democracy, and Diversity ; Barack Obama President and First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to arrive in Jakarta on Tuesday night. These are requests that were previously delayed twice this year by two American domestic situation, including the leakage of oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico.

Schedule of activities including bilateral talks with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, and the next day visits to the biggest mosque in Indonesia as well as speeches to the people of Indonesia, where Obama had lived several years in childhood. Although it is not known what to say President Obama in his speech at the University of Indonesia, White House officials gave to reporters a glimpse of the picture in New Delhi.

Deputy White House National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications, Ben Rhodes, describing what he called a direct relationship between Obama's goals to be achieved in India and in Indonesia.

"This is similar in the sense of expanding cooperation in the field of clean energy, economic growth, counter-terrorism, and climate change. So it is a broad agenda that are similar, and the point is we can work together with the forces of emerging as India and Indonesia in su-issue, then it is that we can enlarge the progress made in various parts of the world, "said Rhodes.

Rhodes said that Indonesia is very suitable entry in President Obama's focus on Asia, and in a group of democratic countries and the emerging strength as the foundation of U.S. strategic orientation in the 21st century.

The official said, as is done in India, in Indonesia, President Obama will talk about the partnership and the potential for economic growth, as well as issues of democracy and diversity.

"The issue of inter-religion and pluralism, and Indonesia's position as the largest Muslim majority country in the world. I think the President will be talking about a positive example in the case of Indonesia indicated that, as a country with a developed Islamic community, but also a country that has traditions pluralistic - Christians, Hindus and others, "said Rhodes.

President Obama is also regarded Indonesia as an integral part of American efforts to fully engage with organizations in Southeast Asia and East Asia, such as ASEAN and G-20.

G-20 summit in Seoul, South Korea is the next goal after Indonesian President Obama, who is also a member of the organization. Indonesia will host the East Asian summit in Jakarta next year. President Obama has promised to attend the meeting.
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