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Monday, 17 March 2014 - 08:09 WIB

PAPUA POLICE TO FORM SPECIAL TEAM TO END CONFLICT IN TIMIKA

 Papua police chief Inspector General Tito Karnavian (Jubi)

Papua police chief Inspector General Tito Karnavian (Jubi)

 Papua police chief Inspector General Tito Karnavian (Jubi)

Papua police chief Inspector General Tito Karnavian (Jubi)

Jayapura 16/3 ( Jubi ) -Papua police will form a special team to end deadly clashes in Jayanti, Mimika, the provincial police chief said.

“We will hold a meeting again with the provincial government. The special team will work to end the conflict and provide recovery assistance. Hopefully all will run well, ” Papua police chief Inspector General Tito Karnavian said on Saturday (15/3).

Karnivan said tensions have abated in the past two day even though the conflict has not been solved. As tabloidjubi.com wrote earlier, Conflict between  group of Moni and  Dani communities in Timika which was  lasted for two days  resulted dozens of people injured including one woman and 2 people killed.

“In dealing with this issue, we have taken some steps, including coordination at the provincial level with the Papua governor, the district military commander, the district police chief and community leaders and the Bishop,” Tito said. (Jubi / Indrayadi TH/ Tina )

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