JAKARTADAILY.ID – The 2022 Carstensz Peaceful Operation in Papua will end soon on Saturday, December 31, 2022. The Indonesian National police stated that they are still in the evaluation process regarding implementation to determine the continuation of the operation.
"We will evaluate, in principle, there is an evaluation of each operation, later we will convey the results of the operation. Then if there are problems, we will also evaluate them later. Of course, the aim of this evaluation will be improved so that in the future this operation will be even better," said the Head of the Public Information Bureau (Karo Penmas) of the Public Relations Division of the National Police, Police Brigadier General Ahmad Ramadhan, quoted from pmjnews, Thursday, December 29, 2022.
Furthermore, Ramadhan explained that when the evaluation process was complete, the National Police would make a decision regarding the continuation of the Carstensz Operation.
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If the operation is then decided to end, the personnel in charge of the operation will return to their respective units.
"Every operation, in principle there is an evaluation. The Carstensz peace is over, and the personnel will of course return to their respective units," said Ramadhan.
"Later, the Sops (Operations Assistant Staff) at the National Police Headquarters will carry out an evaluation, whether this will be extended or not, we will convey," he explained.
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Operation Damai Carstensz in the jurisdiction of Papua begins on January 17, 2022, to December 31, 2022.
This operation involved 1,925 personnel consisting of 1,824 Polri personnel, of which 524 were Papuan Regional Police personnel, and 101 TNI personnel.
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