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Cablegate: Annual Terrorism Report for 1992: Indonesia

P 040913Z NOV 92
FM AMEMBASSY JAKARTA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 9277
INFO ASEAN COLLECTIVE PRIORITY
USCINCPAC HONOLULU HI PRIORITY

UNCLAS JAKARTA 13800

E.O. 12356: N/A
TAGS: PTER ID
SUBJECT: ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORT FOR 1992: INDONESIA

REF: A) STATE 338430, B) 91JAKARTA14899

FOLLOWING IS POST CONTRIBUTION FOR 1992 TERRORISM
REPORT. RESPONSES ARE KEYED TO PARA 5, REF A.

A. HOST GOVERNMENT PROSECUTIONS: NONE.

B. EXTRADITIONS OR REQUESTS FOR EXTRADITION: NONE.

C. IMPEDIMENTS TO HOST GOVERNMENT PROSECUTION
AND/OR EXTRADITION: NONE EVIDENT, ALTHOUGH INDONESIA
DOES NOT HAVE AN EXTRADITION TREATY WITH THE U.S.

D. RESPONSES OTHER THAN PROSECUTION: NONE.

E. MAJOR COUNTERTERRORISM EFFORTS: IN THE PAST THE
INDONESIAN MILITARY AND POLICE HAVE SHOWN INTEREST
IN IMPROVING THEIR CAPABILITIES THROUGH TRAINING
ABROAD. NINETEEN INDONESIAN POLICE OFFICERS
ATTENDED AN ANTI-TERRORISM ASSISTANCE COURSE IN
WASHINGTON IN JANUARY 1992.

F. SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM: INDONESIA
DOES NOT CONDONE OR SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL
TERRORISM. A CUBAN AMBASSADOR TOOK UP RESIDENCE
IN JAKARTA IN MID-1992. IN THE PAST CUBA'S
AMBASSADOR TO INDONESIA WAS RESIDENT IN THE
PHILIPPINES. INDONESIA ALSO HAS DIPLOMATIC
RELATIONS WITH IRAN, IRAQ, NORTH KOREA, AND
SYRIA. INDONESIA ESTABLISHED DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
WITH LIBYA ON OCTOBER 17, 1991, AND A LIBYAN
LIASON OFFICE OPENED IN JAKARTA IN AUGUST 1992
(SEE SECTION I BELOW). INDONESIA RECOGNIZES THE
STATE OF PALESTINE AND HOSTS A PALESTINIAN
EMBASSY.

G. STATEMENTS IN SUPPORT OF TERRORISM-SUPPORTING
COUNTRIES: NONE.

H. SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN ATTITUDE: NONE.

I. COMPLIANCE WITH THE MANDATORY SECURITY COUNCIL
RESOLUTIONS ON LIBYA, INCLUDING THE REQUIREMENT
FOR A "SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION, BY ALL MEMBER STATES
IN THE LIBYAN DIPLOMATIC PRESENCE": A LIBYAN
LIASON OFFICE WAS ESTABLISHED, IN COORDINATION
WITH THE UN SANCTIONS COMMITTEE, PRIOR TO THE
NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT SUMMIT, WHICH WAS HELD IN
JAKARTA IN SEPTEMBER OF 1992.

BARRY

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