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PRIVET BALI | Bali Russian & CIS Tourism Society
The signing of the MoU was carried out by the Director General of Tourism Destination Development, Firmansyah Rahim; the Director General of Railways, Tunjung Henderawan; Bali Governor, I Made Mangku Pastika; and the Director of PT KAI, Ignatius Jonan.
Deputy Governor Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja ...
Deputy Governor Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama, PT KAI president director Ignatius Jonan and the Transportation Ministry's railway director, Gen.
Transportation Minister Ignatius ...
Transportation Minister Ignatius Jonan, the minister responsible for the port, was not present.
He has an impressive track record of rebuilding the chaotic Indonesian railway sector when he served as president director of the national rail company PT KAI.
Meanwhile this week, the Indonesian media continue to devote close attention to the death of 8-year-old Engeline Margriet Megawe in Bali.
was killed and buried inside the house compound of her
adoptive mother, Margriet.
Police have named her former worker Agustay "Agus" Hamda May a murder suspect and Margriet a suspect for negligence.
The little girl was buried on Tuesday in Banyuwangi, East Java, the home of her
biological mother Hamidah.
"The services for the subsidized trains ...
"The services for the subsidized trains end on Tuesday," the company's president director, Ignatius Jonan, said in Semarang, Central Java, on Monday.
said the decision to extend the services for non-subsidized trains was made because as of Aug. 1, some 21,000 exodus travelers had yet to be transported from Senen train station, Central Jakarta.
also said that according to the company's calculations, people actually had the capability of buying non-subsidized train tickets.
"Many passengers were willing to pay Rp 60,000 (US$5.12) in taxi fares to get to the train station just to travel on board a train with ticket priced at Rp 40,000," Jonan
PT KAI president director Ignatius ...
PT KAI president director Ignatius Jonan said while in the midst of a visit to Medan, North Sumatra, that PT Pertamina should be held responsible for the accident and that it would take legal measures against the oil company.