a vehicle to increase intimacy between the Task Force and residents in the target area.

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PAPUADAILY –This was conveyed by Dansatgas Lt. Col. Muhammad Erfani S.H., M.Tr (Han) in a written statement at the Kotis Post, Muara Tami District, Jayapura (29/06/2021).

“One of the manifestations of our concern for efforts to improve the welfare of the people in border areas is by providing skills training, the results of which are useful and can be used in everyday life,” said the Dansatgas.

On the sidelines of the training to make plates from woven sticks, Mrs. Rita (38 years old), thanked the personnel of the Battalion Battalion 131/Brs, especially the Muara Tami Post for the skills given to them. “With the skills given, we can use our free time to process these coconut sticks into bowls and plates for our daily needs,” he said.