The President has also called on the public to stay calm and refrain from committing anarchy.
"It will harm all of us if public facilities are damaged," he said.
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The government would remain committed to developing Papua, both in terms of physical and human resource development, Jokowi reiterated.
"Let us keep Papua as a peaceful region, peaceful land. I call on all leaders, customary and religious leaders, as well as Papuan youths to help materialize a peaceful and developed Papua," Jokowi said.
The government has planned to meet Papuan tribal chiefs and is still searching for an appropriate time.
"We have planned it (the meeting) to be conducted this week, but it is not possible. In the near term, we will have the meeting with youth leaders, customary as well as religious leaders," Jokowi said.
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