Around the world: Overseas travelers given ‘panic button’
The Jakarta Post
The Foreign Ministry launched a “Safe Travel” mobile application over the weekend to provide protection and information to Indonesians traveling abroad.
“Safe Travel was created because the government wants to be responsible for protecting all Indonesian citizens — now [our services] are available in the palm of your hand,” Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi said on Saturday. The f...
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