YEREVAN, MARCH 11. ARMINFO. The Indonesian government has officially thanked the four Armenian doctors who have helped the victims of the Dec 26 devastating tsunami, says Armenia's deputy health care minister Hayk Darbinyan. The doctors stayed in Aceh province from Feb 19 to Mar 5. Their chief Hrant Ashjyan says that there was a dire shortage of doctors in the province and all the local hospitals were full. Prevailing where infectious and epidemic diseases. Armenia's deputy foreign minister Armen Bayburdyan says that being the biggest Muslim country of the world and the leader of the Non Aligned Movement Countries supported Armenia during the NAM summit in Jakarta in 1993 by excluding from the agenda the Karabakh issue. Then Azerbaijan was trying to present the problem as a religious conflict. Since then Armenia and Indonesia have been good friends. To remind, the Armenian government has helped Sri Lanka too having sent there medicines and blankets worth $54,000.