JAKARTA, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) -- Indonesia will send a delegation to attend the Middle East peace conference scheduled on weekend in France, continuing support toward two-state solution to settle Israel-Palestine conflict, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Thursday.
Arrmanatha Nasir, spokesperson of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said the delegation would be led by the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs A.M. Fachir.
"We will intensively involve in discussions to promote dialogues between Israeli and Palestinian civil societies that may further spur spirit of cooperation and tolerance between the two of them in two-state solution concept," Nasir said.
The conference would also discuss the forms of capacity building for Palestine so as to make the country adequately prepared when it declared independence, according to Nasir.
Indonesian delegation would raise issues related to creating supporting condition towards peace process in the conflicting areas, stopping violence and construction of illegal settlements in the rest of Palestine region, and encouraging the creation of more concrete schedules to form two-state solution.
French foreign minister has announced that France invites delegation of around 70 countries to attend the second conference.
Palestinian and Israeli leaders were also invited to attend the event at its conclusion.