The Profile of Sindy Nur Fitri, an Indonesian Diplomat Replying to Vanuatu in the UN General Assembly – The Third Secretary of the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Indonesia in New York, Sindy Nur Fitri, argued the allegations of human rights violations in Papua that Vanuatu had raised in the UN Session, Sunday (26/9).

Sindy said Indonesia was getting shock by Vanuatu’s repeated accusations. Meanwhile, Vanuatu kept silent when a number of persons, health workers, and officers were attacked by terrorist groups in Papua.

This is not the first time that Vanuatu has accused Indonesia doing the human rights transgression in the UN Session. A number of young diplomats are usually appointed to deny the allegations. This year, it was Sindy’s turn to fend off Vanuatu’s attacks. Here is Sindy’s profile from her LinkedIn account.

Sindy joined as a diplomat at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2014. She started her career for an apprenticeship at the Indonesian Embassy in New Delhi, India and the European Union Desk under the Directorate of Intra-America-European Cooperation.

In the span of 2015-2017, she was assigned to the Sectoral Cooperation section of the Directorate of Socio-Cultural and International Organizations of Developing Countries. She was involved in topics concerning with Information and Communication Technology (ICT), maritime, civil aviation, outer space, and population issues.

Since 2018, she has explored new challenges in supporting Indonesia’s involvement in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Developing Eight, and the Non-Aligned Movement.

She served as Third Secretary at the Directorate General of Multilateral Cooperation for Desk Officer Developing Eight, OCI, NAM, and G-77 in May 2018-January 2020. After that, she was appointed as Third Secretary of the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Indonesia in New York.

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