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Australia Withdraws Civil Reserves, 38 Indonesian National Armed Forces and 3 National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) Will Totality Clean Up Ex-Fire Land

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Australia Withdraws Civil Reserves, 38 Indonesian National Armed Forces and 3 National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) Will Totality Clean Up Ex-Fire LandAustralia Withdraws Civil Reserves, 38 Indonesian National Armed Forces and 3 National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) Will Totality Clean Up Ex-Fire Land

News24xx.com - Indonesia through the Garuda Task Force helps the Australian government clear land from forest fires on Friday (02/14/2020).

"The Task Force was centered at the Richmond Sydney Air Force Based Camp in collaboration with the Australian military. The total number of personnel serving was 38 members of the TNI and three members of the BNPB," said Head of the Disaster Management Data, Information and National Communication Center (BNPB) Agus Wibowo quoted from Antara, Saturday (02/15/2020).
 
Clearing land to move trees or burning branches. This is to avoid further danger if the driver or local residents cross the road where the trees are already on fire.

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The cleaning up activities in the area of ??the former forest and land fire which was carried out by a combination of the TNI Sakti Group and the Australian military Ubique Group went well according to plan.

"The location of the activity is based on an agreement with the local government. The Sakti Group led by Sergeant First Ferris opened access roads around Wolgan Road, Clarence, and opened access roads around Chiefly Street," Agus said.

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Meanwhile, the Ubique Group, led by Lt. Debby, cleared the access road by using a chainsaw at the State Mine Gully Road. The cleared location is in the state of New South Wales.

Agus said in the next few days Australia would gradually withdraw civilian reserve troops so there would be a shortage of personnel on the ground. The TNI is expected to close the gap.

On the sidelines of his duty, the Garuda Task Force Team had the opportunity to offer Friday prayers at the Quaker Hills Mosque and was served lunch by the mosque leader. The mosque praised the Garuda Task Force Team and also expressed its gratitude to the Indonesian government for its assistance in handling forest and land fires in Australia.


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