Supervision and synergy between immigration, customs and quarantine required at Juanda airport

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Report by AMPONTOONS.COM journalist Eko Sutriyanto

AMPONTOONS.COM, SURABAYA – Strengthening inter-agency coordination and the media crew, Immigration Surabaya has been carrying out outreach activities, especially the three agencies that serve as the guardians of the country, namely Customs, Immigration and Quarantine.

The three agencies, also known as CIQ (Customs, Immigration, and Quarantine) met with journalists from across East Java to socialize CIQ’s role in securing the trafficking of people into and out of the Republic of Indonesia.

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With the theme Juanda PR Talks: Connecting Communities Through Communication, this activity should be the beginning of good cooperation between these agencies and media crew so that good communication, synergy and cooperation in supporting tasks are achieved in the future and the functions of each agency.

Surabaya Immigration Bureau Chief Chicco A. Muttaqin said that this activity was a forum for the CIQ community to approach the media crew so as to form effective communication so that it is hoped that there will be no perceptions wrong.

East Java Kemenkumham Regional Office Head Imam Jauhari said, “Juanda Airport, as one of the busiest international airports in Indonesia, needs oversight and synergy in terms of immigration, customs and forty.

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“CIQ’s duties at Juanda Airport are vital and the media is an extension to distribute information to the public, especially overseas travellers,” the Imam said on Tuesday (9/5/2023).

The activity was then followed by a panel discussion with speakers from Juanda Customs and Excise, Surabaya Immigration and also from the Juanda Port Health Bureau (Quarantine).

Representatives from news organizations also attended the event, including PWI East Java, PWI Sidoarjo, and the Indonesian Television Journalists Association.

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