Indonesia has received visits from various Western leaders interested in fostering pluralism and inter-faith harmony at the national level. In 2006, then UK Prime Minister Tony Blair visited Indonesia to promote better links with the world’s largest Muslim country, as well as ways forward to work together with the Islamic community at large, and to help inform the UK’s own approach towards addressing violent extremism and religious fundamentalism. In 2007, the then Foreign Minister of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited Indonesia to understand the country’s approach to pluralism, having realised that Germany needed to adopt a more proactive approach towards the integration of their Turkish migrants and Muslim communities.