Bank Papua and Provincial Attorney Office [Kejati] Sign MoU on Law Enforcement – The management of PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Papua (Bank Papua) together with the Provincial Attorney Office [Kejati] signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on handling legal issues in the civil and state administrative fields, in Jayapura City, Tuesday (12/7/2022).

A President Director of PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Papua, F Zendrato, said the MoU with the Provincial Attorney Office of Papua was aimed at providing services, considerations and legal actions in the civil and administrative fields. “This is also a form of Bank Papua’s commitment to continue to establish professional cooperative relationships with all parties,” he said.

According to Zendrato, the MoU with the Provincial Attorney Office of Papua is to mitigate legal risks and is expected to help resolve non-performing loans, including handling other cases related to civil and state administration. He explained that if in the implementation there are obstacles that are considered lacking and need attention, then his party will make improvements according to the provisions.

Meanwhile, Deputy Head of the Papua Provincial Attorney Office Jehezkiel Devi Sudarso said the collaboration with Bank Papua was a continuation of the previous one with the hope that his party could help and anticipate problems in the legal field. According to Jehezkiel, the Kejati Office has resolved legal issues in the civil sector faced by Bank Papua.

“The prosecutor’s office has the duty and authority to provide legal assistance, legal services, law enforcement and legal considerations in the civil and state administrative fields carried out by state attorneys,” he said.

He hopes that with the signing of the MoU in the future good communication and synergy will be established in the presentation of accurate information and data. “Because, it is a reference for state attorneys in handling or resolving problems faced by Bank Papua,” he said.

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