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Jakarta Post

Australia hopes cooperation can end human trafficking

  • Agnes Winarti

    The Jakarta Post

Denpasar   /   Tue, April 2 2013   /  11:50 am

Respect: Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr (right) stands after paying respects at the Bali bombing memorial in Kuta, Bali, on Monday. Carr and Foreign Minister Marty Natelegawa will co-chair the fifth Bali Process Ministerial Conference on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crime on Tuesday. AP/Firdia LisnawatiAustralian Foreign Minister Bob Carr arrived in Bali on Monday aiming to strengthen the regional cooperation framework that will put an end to human trafficking, the crucial issue to be discussed on Tuesday’s Bali Process 5th Regional Ministerial Conference in Nusa Dua.

Upon his arrival in Bali, Carr directly made a brief visit to the Bali Bombing memorial (Ground Zero monument) in Legian, Badung regency.

Initiated in 2002, the Bali process on people smuggling, trafficking in persons and related crime has seriously dealt with rai...