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Monday, 26 May 2014 - 04:04 WIB

PAPUA DEPARTMENTS EXHIBIT PRODUCTS IN JAKARTA

The Papua Village at National Monument in Jakarta (Jubi)

The Papua Village at National Monument in Jakarta (Jubi)

The Papua Village at National Monument in Jakarta (Jubi)

The Papua Village at National Monument in Jakarta (Jubi)

Jakarta, 25/5 (Jubi) – Some departments of the Papua provincial government took part in the Art and Cultural Festival of Papua and West Papua held in the National Monument in Jakarta.

These include the Education and Cultural Department, Plantation, Food and Horticulture Department, Cooperation and SMEs Department, Industry and Trade Department, Energy and Mineral Resources Department, Tourism Department and the Regional Planning and Development Body.
“They represented Papua to introduce the programs launched by Governor Lukas Enembe including Gerbang Mas Hasrat Papua, a community based program. We also prepared some presentation documents,” said M. Musa’ad, the Head of the Regional Planning and Development of Province (BAPPEDA) Papua in Jakarta (25/5).

The year 2016 is projected to be the Investment Year of Papua. Therefore, BAPPEDA will provide information on the Papua’s potencies to the investors to coming and investing in Papua.
“We also prepared some documents of the regional five years planning which will distribute among the visitors of this exhibition. We hoped when people read the documents; they would get the detail description on Papua. So they have no fear or worry coming to Papua,” he further said.

At the same place, the Head of the Energy and Mineral Resources, Bangun Manurung said his office provided the information about the mining in Papua including the opportunities of investment, its procedure and the prospects of the existing mining areas and the Governor’s Policy about the People’s Mining Areas in the regencies of Waropen, Nabire, Paniai and Mimika. (Jubi/Alex/rom)

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