Jayapura Mayor Invites Citizen to Travel to the State Border

Front porch of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea Border located in Skouw, Jayapura City, Papua Province.

The border area between the two countries of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea located in Muara Tami District, Jayapura City, Papua Province is believed not to be a dreaded area.
Though heavily guarded by a number of military/police personnel, the border areas inhabited by villagers from Skouw Sae, Wutung, Yambe and Mosso village have a high selling value.
The strict security guard is meant to prevent an inch of land on the border that can be annexed by neighboring countries.
The mayor of Jayapura, Benhur Tomi Mano, said that the border face has turned into a safe place and no one will ever interfere with the security of the Indonesian state in the border region.
Border area can also be sold to local and national tourists, even international, in order to visit the border area of ​​the country located in the city of Jayapura.
"The current condition is more advanced, conducive, safe and peaceful and can improve the economy," Benhur said during a speech at the opening of Cross Border Wutung Festival in Muara Tami District on Thursday, October 5, 2017.

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Recently, President Joko Widodo has inaugurated the State Border Post (PLBN) to introduce Jayapura City as a tourism area. Structuring in the border area is also constantly improved to look beautiful, so that it attracts tourists.
Secretary of Tourism Marketing Development Ghanaian Indonesia, Giri Adyani, said through tourism can strengthen friendship between Indonesia and PNG, especially for Papua Province.
"We need to understand that the security sector is not just a factor that hinders tourism, but many aspects of community life also affect the tourism sector," Giri added.

Source : http://kabarpapua.co/walikota-jayapura-ajak-warga-berwisata-ke-perbatasan-negara/

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