Tonga urged to continue its support for West Papua’s struggle for independence at the UN

Kuo ui e fefine taukave ma’a e Totonu ‘A e Tangata’ mei UesiPāpua ko Rosa Moiwend ki Tonga ke hokohoko atu pe ‘ene poupou ki he’enau feinga tau’atāina mei ‘Initonēsia’. Na’e lea ‘a Moiwend ‘i ‘Aokalani, Nu’u Sila ‘anepō pea na’a’ ne fakahā ai ki he Kaniva’ ‘oku hokohoko atu pe feinga ‘a UesiPāpua’ takimu’a ai ‘a Vanuatu i hono teuteu ha tu’utu’uni ‘a e Pule’anga Fakatahataha’ ke fakakau ‘a e fonua’ ni he āseniti ‘a e Kōmiti ‘A e Pule’anga Fakatahataha’ ki Hono Vete’i E Ngaahi Fonua Fakakolonia’i’. Ko Tonga ‘a e fonua’aki hono fitu he Pasifiki’ kuo nau lea ‘o poupou ki he totonu ‘a UesiPapua kuo fakaehaua’i ‘e ‘Initonēsia’. Ne ‘asi hake poupou ‘a Tonga ko ‘eni’ hili ia ha me’a ‘a e ‘Eiki Palēmia’ ‘Akilisi Pōhiva he 2015 ‘o ne pehē 'i ha fakataha tonu 'a e Pule’anga Fakatahataha’ ke nau fai ha me'a ki hono ngaahi kovia ‘e ‘Initonēsia ‘a e kakai ‘o UesiPapua’ ta’u ‘eni ‘e onongofulu tupu.

West Papuan human rights activist Rosa Moiwend has asked Tonga to continue its support or her people’s struggle for independence. She told Kaniva news it was important to support Vanuatu’s effort to prepare a resolution to have West Papua placed on the agenda of the United Nations Decolonisation Committee. Moiwend, who has been on a…


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