The Ambassador has been criticized in the Netherlands, Yudhoyono Still Will Depart

Ambassador to the Netherlands, Junus Effendi Habibie, start a polemic with the leader of the anti-Islamic party (PVV) Geert Wilders. However, Yudhoyono plans to visit Holland next October has not changed.

"The plan has not changed, in October the President going to the Netherlands," said State Department spokesman, Teuku Faizasyah, Friday (24/09/2010).

Teuku claimed to have heard the certainty of the debate. Related Junus calling plan by the Dutch government, Teuku also not comment.

"We do not know it, we'll check first," he explained.

Previously, Junus criticized Wilders who oppose Islam with a hint that SBY can cancel a visit to the Netherlands because of the presence of Dutch politicians who mock Islam. Disappointed with the statement Junus, Wilders also asked Dutch Foreign Minister Maxime Vorhagen call Junus

President Yudhoyono is scheduled to go to the Netherlands in October 2010 to strengthen the relationship state. This visit will be a historic visit because no president of RI to the Netherlands so far, except Gus Dur in the framework of working visit.

In June, Yudhoyono emphasized the importance of strengthening relations between Indonesia and the Netherlands. One was to clarify the pros and cons when Indonesia became independent. Some international parties recognize Indonesia's independence on August 17, 1945, some say Indonesia gained its independence around 1950.

In fact, says Yudhoyono, Indonesia has been the recognition that independence on August 17, 1945 has been shown on sending the Dutch Foreign Minister Bernard Bot to Jakarta to attend the memorial August 17, 1945 in 2005. SBY hoped pros cons on this can be ended. Indonesia Today

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