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West Papuan leader sees solidarity grow in NZ | Radio New Zealand News

11.5.17

West Papuan leader sees solidarity grow in NZ | Radio New Zealand News: Mr Wenda is currently in New Zealand, raising awareness about the Indonesian-administered region of Papua, which he fled in 2003.

Last night in Wellington he addressed a group of MPs, including ten who signed the International Parliamentarians for West Papua declaration.

This international organisation of MPs calling for an internationally supervised self-determination vote in Papua, widely known as West Papua

Mr Wenda said momentum was being driven by the Pacific Coalition on West Papua, chaired by the Solomon Islands prime minister Manasseh Sogavare.


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