All parties urged to maintain security in Papua

All parties urged to maintain security in Papua

National Police Chief General Tito Karnavian at Al Mukmin Mosque, the Papua Police headquarters, Jayapura, Tuesday.

All parties in Papua should have a commitment to maintaining security in Papua
Jayapura (ANTARA) - National Police Chief General Tito Karnavian has urged all parties to maintain security in Papua. "All parties in Papua should have a commitment to maintaining security in Papua,"  Tito Karnavian said after a closed-door meeting at the Papua Provincial Police Station in Jayapura, Tuesday.

Karnavian had met Papua Governor Lukas Enembe at the State Palace and discussed the issue.

"Governor Lukas conveyed his commitment to jointly maintain security in Papua," he said.

The national police chief  revealed that the relations between the police and the military were solid.

"Let us safeguard security in Papua. Thus, the development in Papua can run smoothly for the sake of the people of Papua, "he said.

The police would continue to evaluate the problems, he said.

"The people of Papua should not be affected by hoaxes or fake news," he cautioned.

He also urged the media to provide enlightenment and education.

"The  National Defense Forces Commander and the National Police Chief guarantee security in Papua, so that all people can live peacefully," he said.

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