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    Indonesian Embassy reaches out to its citizens

    Lyna Mohamad

    Over 100 Indonesian migrant workers (PMIs) in Seria and surrounding areas visited the Brunei Shell Recreation Club (BSRC) to access the integrated services of the Indonesian Embassy in Brunei Darussalam over the weekend.

    “This service is an effort from the Indonesian Embassy to help Indonesians who need consular and employment services. Alhamdulillah, in collaboration with Indonesian health workers who work in Brunei, we can also carry out health check services,” said Indonesian Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam Dr Sujatmiko who oversaw the service process.

    The ambassador met with professional PMIs working at Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP) and other oil and gas contractor companies during a luncheon on Saturday.

    He hoped that professional PMIs could invite more highly skilled colleagues to work in the Sultanate and noted that Indonesian professionals have become one of the pillars of building strong and mutually beneficial Indonesia-Brunei relations.

    The ambassador also held a dialogue with Indonesians in Belait District, attended by around 50 people.

    Held at the residence of Ustaz Syarif, one of the leaders of the Indonesians in the Belait District, the Indonesian ambassador discussed problems and concerns of the PMI in the district, while applaudeding the harmony and cohesiveness of the Indonesians and the solidarity to help each other.

    Consular service visits, employment, and health checks are annual activities held by the Indonesian Embassy to reach out to Indonesians living outside of the Brunei-Muara District.

    A total of 98 people have received consular and employment services, and 92 people have received the complimentary health check services.

    ABOVE & BELOW: Indonesian Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam Dr Sujatmiko during a dialogue with Indonesian in Kuala Belait; and Indonesian citizens during the integrated services. PHOTOS: LYNA MOHAMAD

     

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