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Indonesia to Deport Hungarian Citizen for Violating Public Order in Yogyakarta

April 5, 2023, 04.45 PM

YOGYAKARTA, – A Hungarian national identified by the initials RS is facing deportation from Indonesia after disturbing the public or violating public order in Gunungkidul regency, in the historic cultural city of Yogyakarta.

"The foreign national is a Hungarian citizen identified as RS, who violated public order in Siyono, Gunungkidul," said Agung Rektono Seto, head of the directorate general of the Yogyakarta Immigration Office on Wednesday, April 5.

Agung said that on March 23, the Yogyakarta Immigration Office received a report from the public through social media about the foreign national who was allegedly causing disturbances and violating public order in Siyono, Gunungkidul.

"Immigration officers conducted a check in coordination with the Gunungkidul administration and found the foreign national in a minimarket near Tugu Siyono," he said.

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Following an inspection, it was revealed that RS carried a Hungarian passport. RS arrived at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport on March 13, using a visa-on-arrival which is valid for 30 days. RS was then taken by the relevant officers to the Yogyakarta Class Immigration Office for further examination.

The officers also receive information from the surrounding community that RS set up a tent in an unauthorized location near a multipurpose hall. RS also allegedly took some goods from a minimarket without paying.

"The individual also took animals and plants from the forest to sell to the surrounding community," he added.

Based on several pieces of information and examinations, RS was found to have violated immigration regulations. RS faces detention and deportation from Indonesia.

"The individual is going to be sent to the Semarang immigration detention center before the deportation to the home country," he said.

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Meanwhile, the head of the Yogyakarta Immigration Office Najarudin Safaat added that during the examination, RS reserved a return ticket, but it had not been paid for. "When we asked for payment, RS could not pay for it. So, we suspect that RS either does not have money or does not want to buy the ticket," he said.

The immigration office has also coordinated with the embassy. From this coordination, the embassy is aware of the incident.

"We have coordinated with the embassy and they are aware of the matter and they have communicated with the family about the deportation," he concluded.

This article has been translated from Indonesian, partly with the help of an artificial intelligence tool.

(Writer: Wijaya Kusuma | Editor: Ardi Priyatno Utomo)


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