VP Orders More Immigration Counters at Bali's Airport
Jusuf Kalla Conducts a Surprise Inspection of Bali's Airport During a Transit Stop in Bali on a Flight from Tokyo to Jakarta.
Indonesian Vice President M. Jusuf Kalla has ordered the Bali Immigration Office to add more service counters at Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport in order to provide better service to the growing number of visitors to Bali.
Speaking to the Indonesian-language newspaper Kompas, Kalla said, "I have ordered that tables be added for tourist to fill out immigration forms and for 10 or 20 more service counters to be added."
The Vice-Presidents comments were made after a surprise inspection of the Bali airport to review facilities and handling capacities in anticipation of the more than 10,000 people expected to visit Bali during a major climate change conference scheduled for Bali in December of 2007.
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