By: Jay Chou and Lillian Lin
Jakarta, Aug. 5 (CNA) Taiwan and Indonesia agreed at a meeting between
representatives of the two countries on Tuesday to further cooperate on immigration issues, the prevention of human trafficking and the prosecution of traffickers.
Taiwan’s representative to Indonesia Chang Liang-jen (張良任) and Indonesia’s representative to Taiwan Arief Fadillah signed the minutes of Tuesday’s meeting in Jakarta to seal the consensus.
Mo Tien-hu (莫天虎), director-general of Taiwan’s National Immigration Agency, confirmed Wednesday that immigration officials of the two countries discussed the framework for further cooperation at the third Taiwan-Indonesia conference on immigration affairs Tuesday.
Mo flew into Jakarta on Monday to attend the conference, visit refugee shelters, and get a look at the automatic customs clearance system at the international airport on the island of Bali. [FULL STORY]