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PDIP Secretary General Hasto Kristiyanto inaugurated the PDIP Aceh Besar DPC office, Aceh Province, Friday (23/9). Photo: DPP PDIP
jpnn.comACEH – Secretary General of the PDI-P DPP Hasto Kristiyanto sought the regional heads of his party to visit Kilometer Zero in Sabang, Aceh and Marauke, Papua.
Hasto said that after visiting the Zero Kilometer Monument as well as keeping in touch with local community leaders in Sabang City, Friday (23/9) night.
“From Kilometer Zero, we directly feel our Greater Indonesia. Many officials and elites see Indonesia only from a map, without experiencing our extraordinary Indonesian territory firsthand. Not to mention the history of civilization, its cultural works, then Indonesia is a cultural unity that one soul,” said Hasto.
Hasto continued Bung Karno said that Indonesia is from Sabang to Merauke, which reflects the determination and a social awareness for Indonesia’s pioneering work for the world.
“We will oblige regional heads from the PDI-P to set foot to this Kilometer Zero point in Sabang and also in Merauke, Papua,” he added.
Hasto also spoke about the awareness that emerged from the 2004 Aceh tsunami. At that time, almost all countries in the world came and provided assistance to Aceh. At that time, Aceh seemed not only owned by Indonesia, but also belonged to the world because aid was flowing from all over.
“Everyone helped regardless of what ethnicity and religion in Aceh, but purely out of humanity. Likewise, Aceh received the aid regardless of the religion and ethnicity that provided assistance, the tsunami opened an understanding that human values work. This must open awareness that we must open up. Of course those who come must adapt to the customs here, the culture here,” said Hasto.
Hasto then gave an example of how Japan built a university and provided scholarships for citizens who helped them during the tsunami disaster that damaged the Fukushima nuclear reactor.
Hasto Kristiyanto stated that Bung Karno considered Indonesia to be from Sabang to Merauke.
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