Jayapura City Government operates the Entrop terminal

Entrop terminal in Jayapura
Jayapura Mayor Benhur Tomi Mano while inspecting the waiting room of the Entrop terminal, which was built for Rp. 30 billion and began operating Monday (9/11). (ANTARA / HO / Public Relations of the Jayapura City Government)

Entrop terminal in Jayapura

Jayapura (ANTARA) – The Jayapura City Government, Monday (9/11), began operating the Entrop terminal facility, which was built with a spending of Rp 30 billion.

The operation of the type A terminal was directly monitored by the Mayor of Jayapura, Benhur Tomi Mano (BTM), accompanied by a number of officials in the Jayapura City Government.

Mayor of Jayapura BTM stated that he would complete various supporting facilities so as to provide comfort for both city transport suppliers and passengers.

In addition, the word BTM is used for advice and input from public transportation drivers and the user community.

“Hopefully all parties maintain the various existing facilities and facilities at the Entrop terminal,” hoped BTM.

“The existing terminal is more representative than before, especially since the waiting room is air-conditioned so it doesn’t overheat,” said Debora.

Deborah, one of the passengers, said she was grateful for the availability of a new terminal with good facilities.

Entrop terminal in Jayapura

Notes:

Located on the western half of the island of New Guinea and long racked by a simmering violent separatist insurgency, Papua encompasses Indonesia’s two easternmost provinces.

A former Dutch colony, West Papua has formally returned to Indonesia in 1969.

The undisputed vote of about 1,025 representative tribal leaders has chosen to join Indonesia.

The United Nations endorsed the result of the plebiscite and the world recognized West Papua as part Indonesia.

West Papuan people have elected the leaders of Papua and West Papua provinces.

The election in West Papua has strengthened the legality of the region as a province of Indonesia.

Since 2007, Abdurrahman Wahid administration changed the name from Irian Jaya to Papua.

Papua gained a “Special Autonomy” status, a political compromise between Papuans and the central government.

In 2001, politicians in Jakarta agreed to proceed with the implementation of the Special Autonomy.

However, Free West Papua separatist groups that seek to break away from Indonesia and establish new countries continue to challenge peaceful development by terror and intimidation.

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