6 Years in Waiting, a Serui Port Passenger Terminal Gets Operating Again

goodmorningpapua.com – A Serui Sea Port Passenger Terminal is finally back in operation after the fire incident 6 years ago. This was marked by the inauguration by the Regent of the Yapen Islands, Tonny Tesar, Saturday 16 July 2022.

In addition to inaugurating the Passenger Terminal, Tonny Tesar also inaugurated the name Serui Sea Port under the name Domine Izak Samuel Kijne.

A Head of the Class 2 Serui Port Management Unit (KUPP), Fathoni, expressed his gratitude for the Government’s support in the construction of the 1,242-meter Serui Port Passenger Terminal.

“This building has an area of ​​1,242 meters with a capacity of 250 seats. By disbursing a budget of Rp. 10.9 billion. I expect government support to fix the port location, especially the problem is constantly the parking location,” said Fathoni, Saturday, July 16, 2022.

The Regent of Yapen Islands, Tonny Tesar said that the operation of the Serui Sea Port Passenger Terminal has been awaited by the community to support sea transportation services.

He also explained the name of the Serui Seaport using the name Domine Izak Kijne. “In this place he (Domine Izak Kijne) first brought the gospel in, and this is a blessing for the people of Serui and its surroundings,” said Tonny Tesar.

Tonny Tesar advised that the rebuilt Serui Sea Port Passenger Terminal can be maintained properly, including keeping it clean.

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