Observation of 238 Indonesians Will End Soon, For 2 Weeks Natuna was Visited by Many of Ministers
In two days, 238 Indonesian citizens immediately leave the Hangar of Raden Sajad, Natuna, to end the period of observation or quarantine.
A number of prayers and longings have been offered by all Indonesian people for the good news of their health condition.
In fact, local community leaders hope, before they are repatriated to their respective families, all Indonesian citizens meet and mingle with the local community.
The opening of Natuna residents to hundreds of Indonesian citizens is inseparable from the government's efforts to continue convincing residents.
In fact, arguably, for the first time in history, the outer district located in the South China Sea, visited by many of ministers in two weeks.
Starting from the Minister of Health Terawan Agus Putranto, Coordinating Minister for Politics and Security Mahfud MD, Minister of Defense Prabowo Subianto, and on Thursday (13/2) yesterday, TNI Commander Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto with National Police Chief General Idham Azis.
The arrival of the TNI Commander and the National Police Chief was to directly convey gratitude and pride to the entire Natuna community.
The Panglima and Kapolri will hold a social service with Natuna residents in Kota Tua Penagi and Tering Village, the closest distance to the Raden Sajad airport, Ranai, Natuna Regency, Thursday (02/13/2020) morning.
Other information obtained by Tribun, the 238 Indonesian citizens will be released with a traditional Malay ceremony. Not yet known exactly the ceremony is. But usually there will be a tradition procession of 'Tepung Tawar' which is usually used to welcome guests or release guests. (Tribunbatam.id/Beres Lumbantobing)
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