Anies Baswedan left for the Thousand Islands

Jakarta (medialnews) – DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan departed for the Thousand Islands from 18 Marina Pier, Ancol on Friday morning to make a number of working visits to four islands in the Thousand Islands District of North, namely Pramuka Island, Kelapa Dua Island, Kelapa Island and Sabira Island.

Based on the Antara sighting in Jakarta, Anies arrived at approximately 5:55 a.m. WIB using a black utility vehicle with a police license plate number B 1136 RFN.

Anies, wearing a white shirt lined with a dark blue waistcoat with the words “Jakarta Collaboration”, was immediately greeted by the Regent of the Seribu Junaedi Islands in front of the pier.

They then left for the dock to continue their journey by speedboat.

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According to information compiled by medialnews from the Thousand Islands Communication and Information Office, Anies is expected to visit four islands in the North Seribu Islands district, namely Pramuka Island, Kelapa Dua Island, Kelapa and Sabira Island.

On Pramuka Island, Anies scheduled a visit to the Thousand Islands Regional General Hospital (RSUD) and then saw the floating net cages.

In addition, Anies scheduled a tour of the Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) and Wastewater Treatment Plant on Kelapa Dua Island.

On the next program, Anies traveled to Kelapa Island to visit the North Seribu Islands District Health Center and chat with people helped by Small and Medium Enterprises (UKMs).

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After that it was continued with the Friday prayers.

Finally, Anies traveled to Sabira Island to inspect the electrical installation 24 hours a day, then to the community health center in Pulau Harapan village on Sabira Island, to chat with residents and fishermen.

Journalist: Abdu Faisal
Editor: Edy Sujatmiko
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