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Showing posts with label PNG Prime Minister. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PNG Prime Minister. Show all posts

Saturday, 16 October 2021

Powes Parkop.memuji Perdana Menteri James Marape

#Koran BERITA NASIONAL | Pidato yang disampaikan kedua pemimpin negara, yakni: Negara Papua New Guinea (PNG)๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ฌ dan Negara Republik Vanuatu (VU)๐Ÿ‡ป๐Ÿ‡บ telah diberitakan melalui ‘Koran Berita Nasional’ kedua di negara, dimana dua negara ini telah berbicara tentang perjuangan West Papua dalam Sidang Umum PBB #UNGA76 bulan September 2021 di New York, AS (Amerika Serikat).

Kedua negara ini berbicara tentang dan mewakili keputusan 18 negara PIF (Pacific Island Forum) yang diputuskan pada Agustus 2019 pada KTT-PIF di Tuvalu๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ป yang kemudian didukung oleh 79 Negara ACP pada Desember 2019 di Afrika Timur, yang selanjutnya didukung oleh 4 negara Uni-Eropa termasuk Australia dan Selandia baru.

Dukungan juga datang dari Dewan Gereja Papua (WPCC), Konferensi Gereja-gereja Pasifik (PCC) hingga Dewan Gereja Dunia (WCC) ——— Dukungan kuat dari seluruh internasional hari ini adalah; sedang mendesak kepada Indonesia agar segera membuka diri untuk PBB masuk ke West Papua, namun Indonesia bertahan dengan segala tipu daya melalui manuver politik dalam negerinya.

Terima kasih banyak kepada seluruh keluarga Melanesia, Pasifik, African, Caribbean dan solidaritas masyarakat internasional di seluruh dunia atas dukungan anda, hingga mengantarkan perjuangan West Papua berada di tahap ini, Wa Wa Wa!!!

“Kemerdekaan West Papua adalah solusi keselamatan seluruh Dunia untuk selamanya”

Rakyat West Papua terus maju bersama Pemerintah Sementara ULMWP untuk memperoleh pengakuan politik diluar kedaulatan NKRI.
 
Damai TUHAN beserta Kita!
Tetap maju! ✊๐Ÿฟ✊๐Ÿฟ✊๐Ÿฟ

#PapuaNewGuinea #Vanuatu #PIF #ACP #OACPS #UN #UnitedNation #OHRCHR #UNHRC #WestPapua #FreeWestPapua

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

PNG Welcomes West Papua Refugees

NBC News PNG

PNG Opposition Leader: Belden Namah, MP



PNG Prime Minister: Hon. James Marape, MP
Papua New Guinea will stand ready to welcome refugees from West Papua if they decide to seek refuge in the country.

Prime Minister James Marape made these remarks in Parliament on Friday when responding to a series of questions by Opposition Leader Belden Namah on the Government's stance on West Papua's ongoing conflicts and alleged human rights abuses:

"Let me announce to the world, if refugee situations happen, we are Melanesians we are prepared to burn our last toea to accept refugees into our country.

"That is if they come, we are Melanesians our hospitality remains even to our own cost we will take care of them.

"But in the first instance whatever happens on the other side of the border belongs to the Indonesian government, it is their responsibility we can only advise and we can only raise concerns from this side," Mr. Marape said.

Meantime, James Marape further added that PNG will respect Indonesia's sovereignty and not interfere in its affairs.

He said PNG's foreign policy has always been 'Friends to all and enemy to none.'

Mr. Marape said apart from supporting the call during the recent Pacific Islands Forum, for an independent investigation into allegations of human rights abuses, he's personally summoned the Indonesian Ambassador to PNG for a briefing and conveyed his dissatisfaction on the ongoing unrests.

"As far as a responsibility to the greater international neighborhoods that we have, we remitted that concern through the diplomatic channel across the Palace in Jakarta and the Palace has heard our concerns.

"The response we got from Indonesia was that the President is interfacing more with the people in West Papua.

"In fact, he has made one known trip to West Papua since the incident has happened to sit down and start this engagement with the Councils and Chiefs there which is going," Marape told Parliament last Friday.

NBC NEWS- Lyanne Togiba