Russians and Ukrainians demonstrating together for peace in Denpasar on March 1 st 2022 could face deportation says Jamaruli Manihuruk,
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Hundreds of Ukrainian and Russian nationals in Bali took to the streets for a peaceful protest to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. A peaceful protest took place at the Consulate General of Ukraine, Jalan Octopus in Denpasar, on Tuesday 01/03/2022. According to one of the participants, Chevganiuk Olga, this action is one of the efforts to encourage the world to protect Ukraine and its people. It is hoped that this peaceful demonstration will be able to encourage the world to take to the streets and call for the war to be stopped.
The head of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of Bali Province counted on February 25, 2022, 464 Ukrainians and 2,542 Russians who are currently in Bali with Permanent Stay Permit (Itap) and Limited Stay Permit (ITAS) visas. No Ukrainians or Russians applied to return to their home country according Jamaruli .He also reminded that foreign citizens who participating in demonstrations could be deported in Bali in accordance with the legislation No. 6 of 2011 on Immigration,
Sandiagi Minister of Tourism said that tourists from Russia and Ukraine can still travel to Bali, even though the war between two countries . The Indonesian government is now continuing to revive tourism. Flights transporting of foreign tourists to Indonesia is still under control and not disturbed by the war between Russia and Ukraine. According to Sandiaga, Russia and Ukraine are very potential markets for tourism in Indonesia Tuesday (1/3/2022). Sandiaga acknowledged that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine would affect the schedule, as well as the certainty and security of tourists from the two countries. Sandiaga said his party will continue to coordinate with various parties, especially regarding flights from Moscow to Bali because most tourists from Russia and Ukraine come to the Island of the Gods.