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Cablegate: Visit of Drl a/S Posner to Jakarta -- Notional

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SUBJECT: VISIT OF DRL A/S POSNER TO JAKARTA -- NOTIONAL
SCHEDULE

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1. (SBU) Embassy Jakarta welcomes the proposed February
23-26 visit of DRL Assistant Secretary Posner and EAP/MTS
Director Joe Yun and proposes the following notional schedule
for consideration:

Tuesday, February 23
-----------------

-- Internal meetings at the Embassy, including:

-- Ambassador Hume
-- Limited Country Team Briefing including POL, PAS, DAO,
USAID
-- Defense Attache
-- Leahy Vetting Team

-- Foreign Ministry DG for American and European Affairs Amb.
Retno Marsudi (Amb. Marsudi is set to lead a GOI delegation
to Washington in early March to discuss Indonesian military
reform and human rights protection and accountability. FM
Natalegawa will be in Bali for the United Nations
Environmental Program conference throughout A/S Posner's
visit.)

-- Presidential Spokesman Dino Patti Djalal.

Wednesday, February 24
-------------------

-- National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM)

-- MP Helmi Fauzy, member of Parliamentary Commission One
(Foreign Affairs) and Human Rights Violation Investigation
Commission on East Timor

-- Lunch hosted by Ambassador Hume in honor of A/S Posner
with Human Rights NGOs including the Society for
Inter-Religious Dialogue, the Indonesia Anti-Discrimination
Movement (GANDI), the Community Legal Aid Institute,
Solidarity Center, the Coalition of Indonesian Civil Society
for Burma, and the Indonesian Conference on Religion and Peace

-- Ministry of Defense

-- KOPASSUS Commander Maj. Gen. Lodewijk Paulus

-- Director for Strategic Environment Analysis Brig.
Gen. Subekti(one name)

-- "Brainstorming Dinner on U.S.-Indonesian Relations" for 65
leading Indonesians and local Americans hosted by
Presidential Spokesman Djalal and co-chaired by Amb. Retno
and Amb. Hume.

Thursday, February 25
------------------

-- Agus Widjojo, member of the Indonesia-Timor Leste Joint
Truth and Friendship Commission

-- Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Senior Fellow Jusuf Wanandi and/or CSIS Executive Director
Rizal Sukma-- Meeting with the Indonesian ASEAN
Intergovermental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) and the
Human Rights Resorce Center for ASEAN (HHRCA)Establishment
Committee

-- International Crisis Group Senior Advisor Sidney Jones

-- Fadillah Rizki Rivai (FRR) Law Office (In cooperation with
the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, FRR created the
curriculum for Indonesian military human rights training.)

2. (SBU) Embassy control officer for the visit is Poloff
Saad Bokhari.

office 62-21-3435-9707,
mobile 62-811-962-2639,
email BokhariSS@state.gov

HUME

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