Obama in Bali for summit of East Asian nations
Bali, Indonesia — President Barack Obama is in Indonesia for his final stop on a nine-day tour of the Asia-Pacific region.
Air Force One arrived on the island of Bali Thursday evening after a two-hour flight from Darwin, Australia. The president is in Bali to attend a summit of East Asian nations.
He will also hold one-on-one meetings with several world leaders, including the Indian prime minister, the president of the Philippines, and the Malaysian prime minister.
This is Obama's second stop in Indonesia as president. He made a quick stop in Jakarta last year, a visit that brought Obama back to the city where he lived for four years as a child.
The president is due to depart Indonesia for Washington on Saturday.