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Bali urges firm action against foreigners who cause problems

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To prevent negative impacts, Jaya asked that problematic foreigners be handled optimally.

Nusa Dua, Bali (ANTARA) – Acting Governor of Bali Sang Made Mahendra Jaya wants to ensure that there is comprehensive action against problematic foreigners so that Bali’s tourism image is not tarnished.

“We want the handling to be carried out thoroughly and not half-heartedly,” said Jaya when met in Nusa Dua, Badung, Thursday.

According to Jaya, Bali’s economy depends on the tourism sector, which is currently starting to recover after almost three years of being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This can be seen from Bali’s economic growth, which in the first quarter of 2024 reached 5.98 percent (year on year) and 5.71 percent in 2023.

To prevent negative impacts, Jaya asked that problematic foreigners be handled optimally.

On the same occasion, the Director of Archipelago Tourism Marketing at the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Dwi Marhen Yono, revealed that his party was collaborating with immigration authorities to create regulations for visiting tourist destinations in Bali.

“We have regulated what can and cannot be done while tourists visit Bali. “Once they enter Indonesia, they can read the rules,” said Yono.

Based on data from the Bali Province Legal and Human Rights Service, from January to June 7 2024, 135 foreigners from 41 countries were deported from Bali.

Of this number, the 10 countries that carried out the most deportations were Australia with 18 people, followed by Russia with 17 people; 14 from the United States; eight from England; six each from Iran and Tanzania; five each from Ukraine, Japan, and Germany; and four from Italy.

Apart from that, the violations committed included extending the validity period of the visa, violate customs, and do not comply with legal regulations.

Meanwhile, in 2023, 340 foreigners will be deported, an increase compared to 188 people deported in 2022.

The Bali Province Legal and Human Rights Service has also designed a collaboration program with village officials in monitoring foreigners.

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Translator: Dewa Ketut SW, Resinta Sulistiyandari
Editor: Arie Novarina
Copyright © ANTARA 2024

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