Governor of Bali Deports 2 Polish Citizens for Disrupting Silent Day

  • 27 Maret 2023
  • 20:03 WITA
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The Governor of Bali Wayan Koster

DENPASAR, - The Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster, is again acting decisively to Foreign Citizens / International Tourists who behave in an orderly manner, are not disciplined, tarnish image and quality tourism in Bali, as well as tarnishing Balinese culture, by deporting 2 Polish citizens. 

The two Poles were proven to have disturbed public order during the Silent Day of the Caka Year 1945 on Wednesday (Buda Paing, Uye) Match 22, 2023 in the Purnama Sukawati Beach area, Gianyar Regency.

 The deportation was carried out directly by the Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Province of Bali through the Immigration Office Class I TPI Denpasar of 2 Polish citizens, each of whom named: 1) Karol Grabinski (40), No. Passport : ER3610878, with a residence permit in the form of a Visit Visa on Arrival; and 2) Barbara Karina Waiczak (25), No. Passport : EL3609047, with a residence permit in the form of a Visit Visa on Arrival. After inspection at the Immigration Office Class I TPI Denpasar, the two Polish citizens were known to have arrived in Indonesia on 28 February 2023 via TPI with visas on Arrival and were declared to have violated Article 75 paragraph (1) of Law No. 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration, relating to Foreigners residing in Indonesian Territory who carry out dangerous activities and are reasonably suspected of endangering security and public order or not complying with the Regulations Laws subject to Immigration Administrative Actions in the form of Deportation and Deterrence. So that Polish foreigners on behalf of Karol Grabinski and Barbara Karina Waiczak officially departed on March 25 2023 by flight DPS-CGK-AUH-MXP-KRK, time departure at 17.05 WIB, with the aim of Denpasar – Jakarta – Abu Dhabi – Malpensa – Krakow.
The Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster in a Press Release, Sunday (Redite Umanis, Menail) 26 March 2023 in Jayasabha, Denpasar firmly stated that the implementation of Bali tourism must not undermine the dignity of the Indonesian Nation and State, as well as Bali in particular in the context of maintaining tourism. Bali. "If there is an action that is not in accordance with the legal norms or the laws and regulations that apply in the territory of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia, and Balinese culture in particular, I have coordinated with the Bali regional police chief and  head of the regional office of the ministry of law and human rights Bali Province to take firm action against tourists or residents It is foreign countries that commit violations,"  Governor of Bali Wayan Koster said. (Rls/Btnc)