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Vanuatu PM rasies West Papua in UN General Assembly

FEDERAl REPUBLIC OF WEST PAPUA
Jayapura-west papua

PRESS STATEMENT
October 7, 2013

We are officially writing Press Statement that the executive governmnent of the Federal Republic of West Papua, an embryo state being formed on the October 19, 2011 appraciate and warm welcome Vanuatu Prime Minister Moana Carcasses rasies West Papua issues at the General Assembly of the United Nations General Dabate of the 68th sessiona New York on September 28,2013 at the United Nations main office headquarters New York,United States.

Federal Republic of West Papua will help and encourage other countries to refocus their attention on West Papua. We back up Vanuatu position on West Papua.

We will make sure other member countries of United Nations that if you support Indonesia to control West Papua which mean you support Indonesia to allege human rights abuses in West Papua but we need you support Vanuatu’s postition on West Papua. Human rights abuses will never end for as long as Indonesia is still occupying West Papua Vision is the realization to support, recognition and restoration of sovereignty of the Federal Republic of West Papua and mission is encourage and strengthen of the people of West Papua in Papua to accept, acknowledge and support of the President and the Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of West Papua.

We are now seeking for member countries of United Nations to support and recognition of our ambryo government and the full political independence from Indonesia.

“United we stand and devided we fall long live world”

God Bless us all

FORKORUS YABOISEMBUT
PRESIDENT

EDISON WAROMI
PRIME MINISTER

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