abri


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abri

(æˈbriː)
n
a shelter or place of refuge, esp in wartime
[French, from Latin apricum an open place]
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I am compelled to authorise the guerrillas to undertake all necessary action in defence of the population against the unprovoked and murderous attacks of armed civilian groups backed up by ABRI," Mr Gusmao said in a statement.
Although many students did not seem to realize it, the ABRI leaders were frightened.
and moved boldly to blame him for all ABRI offenses of recent months.
During the press conference, Wiranto stressed ABRI officers are always ''willing to have dialogues with the students as long as they have constructive opinions.
Wiranto also said that the ABRI would welcome student action to combat problems rather than their simply reacting to the current crisis.
The United States needs to have an active, comprehensive and long-term plan for engaging ABRI.
In purely military terms the more important personnel shifts will come in the next 6-12 months when dozens of senior officers in ABRI reach the mandatory retirement age of 55.
Suryohadiprojo on Pancasila and ABRI may not represent the official armed forces' position, but they cannot be dismissed as insignificant.
The ABRI troops, long the target of the liberal pro-Timor independence clique, walked a thin tightrope between respecting the power of former general Suharto and supporting the views of the masses.
State Department and others have argued that dissidents should accept a deal with ABRI, telling them that the much-feared military is suitable to form the core of a new government (a New York Times news analysis even claimed that the army "enjoys broad support among most Indonesians").
Zacky Makarim, reports daily to General Wiranto, the Defense Minister and ABRI chief.
policy is grounded on maintaining control inside Indonesia through backing and strengthening ABRI.