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'Domo Arigato' for the Indonesian Police

Japanese Diplomats Heap Praise on Bali Police Investigators Who Captured Man Charged with Recent Murder of Japanese Tourist.


Bali News: Japanese Consul General for Bali, Eiichi Suzuki, Shusaku Hirasima, Rika Sano, murder, Bali Police, General Sutisna.
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(10/10/2009)

Beritabali.com reports that the Japanese Consul General for Bali, Mr. Eiichi Suzuki, and the Vice Consul General for Bali, Mr. Shusaku Hirasima, jointly praised the work synergy of the Indonesian Police, and the Bali in police in particular, in connection with the recent investigation of the murder of a young Japanese woman, Rika Sano, in Bali. [See: Arrest Made in Murder of Japanese Tourist ]. According to the diplomats, reports in the Japanese media that Indonesian police have quickly arrested the alleged assailant in the murder have also earned enthusiastic salutes from the Japanese public.

To personally convey his thanks, the Japanese Consul in Japan visited Bali's Chief of Police, General Sutisna, on Monday. October 5, 2009. At that meeting, Suzuki asked the police and the legal process in Bali to punish the man to be charge with the murder in accordance with the procedures and laws of Indonesia.

Quoting Mr. Eiichi in comments his to the press: "The government of Japan is most thankful for the capture and arrest of the assailant. We hope that the Provincial Police of Bali will keep us informed of every future development in the case.

In response to Suzuki's request, General Sutisna invited to call him personally at any time in order to track the status of the case: "Don't hesitate to call me. My phone is active 24 hours a day. Morning, night or before sunrise -you can call me. I'm certain to answer."


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