The History of Asian-African Conperence
This book describes the Asian-African Conference which was attended by 29 countries. After saving the country from domestic and foreign turmoil, Indonesia appeared on the world stage as the organizer of an international conference. This conference not only succeeded in making history, but also symbolized the fragrance of the name of the nation and state. This conference is an elaboration of Indonesia's free-active foreign policy.
|Creator : Diplomacy History Writing Committee of Indonesia|
|Created Year : 2005|
|Language : Indonesian|
|Topic : Book|
|Transform Media : EBook|
|Place / Province : West Java|
|Physical Description : 156 pages|
|Publisher : Asian-African Conference Museum|
|Institution : Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic Indonesia|
|Link URL : asianafricanmuseum.org|
Short report on the first session held in palace of The President of The Republic of Indonesia. Bogor, on Tuesday, December 28, 1954....
A collection of documents for organizing the Asian-African Conference which was held on April 18-24, 1955 in Bandung City, West Java....
Speech of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Sunario At the Opening of the Conference of the Heads of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia in Asia Africa and the Pacific. On March 9, 1954 at ...