UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is set to visit Indonesia next month for an international defense meet and to visit the new peacekeeping center in West Java. Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro told reporters at the president’s office on Friday that Ban was scheduled to open and deliver the keynote speech at the Jakarta International Defense Dialogue on March 20. The UN secretary general will also visit the Indonesian Peacekeeping Center in Sentul, West Java, which was inaugurated on Dec. 19. The center, which that will house a regional counter-terrorism and disaster relief training center, the Indonesia Defense University, as well as a standby force that can respond rapidly to natural disasters and UN peacekeeping missions, will be ready by 2014. Ban and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono were also scheduled to attend a reunion of UN peacekeeping forces that served in Bosnia. Yudhoyono served as a peacekeeping officer in Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1995 to 1996. taken from The Jakarta Globe

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