The leader of the West Papua National Liberation Army (TPNPB), Kodap II Muaragame, Yusen Tabuni, greatly appreciates the Program for Children and Foster Parents for Papuan Students in Central Java (Central Java). The program has been launched by the Chief of Central Java Regional Police, Inspector General of Police. Drs. Ahmad Luthfi, S.H., S.St., M.K., on Monday (6/4) in Semarang, Central Java.
According to Muaragame, the program initiated by the Chief of Central Java Regional Police is an excellent and valuable program for Papuan youth who are studying, especially in Java Island.
“Through this program, our younger siblings who are currently studying will not experience difficulties or difficulties if they need assistance,” said Yusen when met at his residence in Wamena, Jayawijaya Regency, Thursday (8/4).
Yusen added that this program shows that all Indonesian citizens are the same, namely getting the same rights and treatment.
“This is an implementation that shows that as citizens of Indonesia, there is no difference between the others, where we are citizens of the Republic of Indonesia who get the same rights and treatment,” he said.
Meanwhile, Yusen hopes that the Pattern for Children and Foster Parents for Papuan Students can continue and run sustainably in the future. He also hopes that the Central Java Regional Police program can be a model for people in other areas.