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The Fisheries and Maritime Affairs Ministry captures six foreign illegal fishing boats operating over Indonesian waters over North Natuna.
Susi Pudjiastuti tweeted on Monday calling for President Jokowi to take notice about major cantrang fishing vessels operating over Natuna.
Head of the Maritime Security Agency (Bakamla), vice admiral Aan Kurnia, on Friday made a courtesy call with Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi.
The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry detained two Vietnamese-flagged fishing vessels for illegally poaching fish in Natuna
The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has once again captured three foreign fishing vessels due to illegal fishing over the Natuna Sea.
The Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative (IOJI) on Monday reported alleged illegal fishing activities by a Chinese vessel in North Natuna.
The Pontianak Immigration Office in West Kalimantan has detained 27 Vietnamese fishermen for poaching in Natuna waters.
The Directorate General of Marine Resources Surveillance of the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry detained 5 foreign fishing boats in Natuna.
The government would continue to monitor coronavirus after returning Indonesian citizens from China after their quarantine in Natuna, says Minister.
Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister assures that Indonesian students will still be able to continue their studies in China.
The Palace expressed gratitude to Natuna's people for having hosted citizens from Wuhan to undergo a coronavirus observation.
Minister Terawan Agus Putranto said that Indonesians who have passed observation period in Natuna will be health ambassador in their hometown.
BNPB estimated a budget of Rp12 billion is required to send home 238 people evacuated from coronavirus-hit China.
President Jokowi ensured that the 285 people who were quarantined in Natuna after being evacuated from coronavirus-hit Hubei, China, are all healthy.
A total of 237 Indonesian citizens (WNI) who were trapped in Wuhan, China, will be returned to their respective homes on Saturday, February 15, 2020.
The quarantine period for the 237 evacuated Indonesians in Natuna from coronavirus-stricken Wuhan is set to end on Saturday, February 15.
Health Minister Terawan said the observation process of citizens evacuated from China in Natuna over the coronavirus outbreak will end on Feb. 15.
Mahfud Md said coronavirus is not threatening Indonesia after visiting Natuna, the quarantine site for Indonesians evacuated from China, on Thursday.
Transportation Minister says Garuda Indonesia is ready to transport the Indonesian citizens from Natuna to their respective regions after quarantine.
Health Ministry said the condition of 285 Indonesians currently quarantined at the Natuna facility is in a healthy condition.