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Transportation Ministry announced that a number of airports are still closed in areas affected by haze caused by land fires in Kalimantan and Sumatra.
BNPB deputy Rifai said the calculation of the number of losses caused by forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan is still afoot.
A total of Rp1.1 trillion has been earmarked to handle adverse impacts of ongoing land and forest fires in Kalimantan and Sumatra per September 17.
Central Kalimantan Government on Tuesday began the process of cloud seeding to put out a fire burning the forest causing haze pollution.
The government has sealed off 42 lands owned by corporate and one land owned by individual regarding the prevention and control of forest fire.
Bappenas says that the new capital city project could boost Kalimantan's economic growth.
An Indef economist says that the potential of the economic gap resulted from capital city relocation is high.
The government's hasty plan to move the nation's capital city to East Kalimantan is not solving anything.
The Natural Resources Conservation Agency in Central Kalimantan succeeded to translocate a 90-kilogram orangutan at the East Kotawaringin District.
Minister Rudiantara continuously introduced the internet to people in border areas, such as in Long Bawan Village, Krayan, Nunukan, North Kalimantan.
The Joko Widodo (Jokowi) administration or the government has assured that the development of the capital city will not damage Kalimantan forest.
Sandiaga Uno says the national plan to move Indonesia's capital city should be reassessed and studied further.
One of the reasons the capital city will rest over Kalimantan is due to the lack of natural disasters, or so President Jokowi claims.
Expert on transportation said that Indonesia's transportation preference will see a shift of pattern following the capital city move.
Agrarian and Spatial Planning Minister Sofyan Djalil has confirmed that the nation's capital city would immediately be relocated to East Kalimantan.
President Jokowi is confident on the capital city-move from Jakarta to Kalimantan as the government is backed by a well-thought-out plan.
President Jokowi expressed his optimism that the capital city relocation will be realized before his office term ends.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi mentioned two provinces as the options that will be the home for the new capital city.
Governor said that West Kalimantan would gain optimum benefits from Jokowi's decision to relocate Indonesia's capital city from Jakarta to Kalimantan.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has formally asked for public permission and support regarding the planned relocation of the capital city.