Cameron Visits Jakarta

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, left, walks with Indonesian actress and Oxford University student Maudy Ayunda (R) along a row of mobile food stalls, locally known as kaki lima, upon his arrival at the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)

By : Reuters & AFP | on 9:15 AM July 29, 2015
Category : Eyewitness, Multimedia, Photos
Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy.

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, right, and Indonesia's President Joko Widodo chat while at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, Indonesia July 27, 2015. Cameron is on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and to forge new political alliances to counter Islamist extremism. (Reuters Photo/Darren Whiteside) Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, right, and Indonesia's President Joko Widodo chat while at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, Indonesia July 27, 2015. Cameron is on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and to forge new political alliances to counter Islamist extremism. (Reuters Photo/Darren Whiteside)

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, right, and Indonesia's President Joko Widodo chat while at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, Indonesia July 27, 2015. Cameron is on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and to forge new political alliances to counter Islamist extremism. (Reuters Photo/Darren Whiteside) Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, right, and Indonesia's President Joko Widodo chat while at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, Indonesia July 27, 2015. Cameron is on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and to forge new political alliances to counter Islamist extremism. (Reuters Photo/Darren Whiteside)

British Prime Minister David Cameron, second right, leaves Sunda Kelapa Mosque after attending an interfaith dialogue in Jakarta, Indonesia July 28, 2015. Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy. (Reuters Photo/Yudhi Mahatma/Pool) British Prime Minister David Cameron, second right, leaves Sunda Kelapa Mosque after attending an interfaith dialogue in Jakarta, Indonesia July 28, 2015. Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy. (Reuters Photo/Yudhi Mahatma/Pool)

British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) along with Britain's ambassador to Indonesia Moazzam Malik (2nd R) attend an interfaith dialogue at Sunda Kelapa Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia July 28, 2015. Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy. (Reuters Photo/Yudhi Mahatma/Pool) British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) along with Britain's ambassador to Indonesia Moazzam Malik (2nd R) attend an interfaith dialogue at Sunda Kelapa Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia July 28, 2015. Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy. (Reuters Photo/Yudhi Mahatma/Pool)

British Prime Minister David Cameron, second left,  is accompanied by Indonesian entertainer Maudy Ayunda (2nd R) after ordering fried bananas at a street food stall after his visit to Sunda Kelapa Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia July 28, 2015.   Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy. (Reuters Photo/Yudhi Mahatma/Pool) British Prime Minister David Cameron, second left, is accompanied by Indonesian entertainer Maudy Ayunda (2nd R) after ordering fried bananas at a street food stall after his visit to Sunda Kelapa Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia July 28, 2015. Indonesia is Cameron's first stop on a four-day trade mission to Southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and encourage new political alliances to counter Islamist militancy. (Reuters Photo/Yudhi Mahatma/Pool)

Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla (C left) and British Prime Minister David Cameron (C right) leave the venue after the opening  of the UK-Indonesia Business Forum in Jakarta on July 28, 2015. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Bays Ismoyo) Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla (C left) and British Prime Minister David Cameron (C right) leave the venue after the opening of the UK-Indonesia Business Forum in Jakarta on July 28, 2015. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Bays Ismoyo)

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron orders local food from a streetside food stall outside the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations.  Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group.      (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad) Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron orders local food from a streetside food stall outside the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, left, walks with Indonesian actress and Oxford University student Maudy Ayunda (R) along a row of mobile food stalls, locally known as kaki lima, upon his arrival at the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations.  Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group.      (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad) Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, left, walks with Indonesian actress and Oxford University student Maudy Ayunda (R) along a row of mobile food stalls, locally known as kaki lima, upon his arrival at the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, third left, leaves with British Ambassador to Indonesia Moazzam Malik, fourth left,  after visiting the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015 following a dialogue with Islamic organizations.  Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group.      (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad) Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, third left, leaves with British Ambassador to Indonesia Moazzam Malik, fourth left, after visiting the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015 following a dialogue with Islamic organizations. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (centre L) takes a "selfie" with Indonesian actress and former Oxford student Maudy Ayunda (centre R) after ordering local food from a streetside stall outside the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations.  Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group.      (AFP Photo/Roemo Gacad) Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (centre L) takes a "selfie" with Indonesian actress and former Oxford student Maudy Ayunda (centre R) after ordering local food from a streetside stall outside the Sunda Kelapa mosque in Jakarta on July 28, 2015, before holding a dialogue with Islamic organizations. Cameron began a visit to Southeast Asia on July 27, looking to seal 1.2 billion USD in trade deals and push for greater cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State group. (AFP Photo/Roemo Gacad)


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