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Indonesian flag Honorary Consulate of Indonesia in Dublin

Honorary ConsulMr. Ray SISON
Address25 Kilvere
Rathfarnham, Dublin - 14
Ireland
Phonelocal: (0852) 491.465
international: +353.852.491.465
Faxlocal: (01) 406.1364
international: +353.1.406.1364
Emailindonesianconsul@ireland.com

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Riki
Thu, 12 Oct 2017 06:20 EDT
083822995392
Untuk para dermawan
nama saya Riki minta tolong beri Bantuan Hibah untuk modal usaha karena baru di phk istri dan anak perlu biaya buat sekolah danmakan bisa di kirim ke No rekening Bank BNI 0448032273 atas nama Riki sugilar berapun bantuan nya saya ucapkan terima kasih.
Riki
Wed, 11 Oct 2017 13:06 EDT
083822995392
Assalamualaikum warohmatuallahi wabarokatu para dermawan .nama saya Riki minta tolong beri Bantuan Hibah untuk modal usaha karena baru di phk istri dan anak perlu biaya buat sekolah dan makan bisa di kirim ke No rekening BNI 0448032273 atas nama Riki sugilar berapun bantuan nya saya ucapkan terima kasih
Hariyo
Mon, 5 Dec 2016 10:50 EST
Cari Pekerjaan
Yth,
Bapak / Ibu Dubes RI
Di Tempat

Dengan hormat,

Saya bermaksud ingin mencari kerja di Irlandia.Saya alumni FE Univ. Atma Jaya Yogyakarta. Jika ada lowongan pekerjaan di sana ,besar harapan saya bisa untuk dihubungi. Terima kasih atas perhatiannya.

Hariyo - haryo_wibowo23@yahoo.com
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Mr. Martin Murray
Tue, 24 May 2016 07:12 EDT
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in Ireland
NEW Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in Ireland
NEW Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in Ireland
Mr. Martin Murray
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in Ireland
c/o Asia Matters
13 Classon House
Dundrum Business Park
Dundrum, Dublin 14
Mobile: 087 268 8805
E-mail: martin.murray@asiamatters.biz
Brendan McMahon
Thu, 17 Dec 2015 07:02 EST
Important
Minister of Law and Human Rights
Yasonna Laoly
Ministry of Law and Human Rights
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav 6-7
Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan,
Indonesia 12950

Dear Minister

Malukan prisoner of conscience, Johan Teterissa, has been suffering from severe pain in both his legs for more than a month. The prison authorities have repeatedly denied his request to seek medical treatment at a hospital.

Malukan prisoner of conscience, Johan Teterissa (m), has been denied access to adequate medical treatment by prison authorities at Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, Central Java province where he is currently serving his 15 year prison term.

Johan Teterissa has been suffering from severe pain in both his legs for more than a month and as a result he is struggling to walk. He has repeatedly requested to be allowed to seek medical treatment at a hospital but the prison authorities have denied his requests.

Instead, he has only been given access to a prison doctor who has provided him with basic medication that has not resolved his condition.

The Indonesian authorities have an obligation under national law and standards to provide adequate medical treatment to all prisoners in the country. Article 17 of the Indonesian Government Regulation No. 32/1999 on terms and procedures on the implementation of prisoners’ rights in prison requires the prison authorities to provide adequate access to medical treatment.

Article 10(1) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights obliges Indonesia to treat all prisoners humanely. The UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (Mandela Rules) provide that prisoners needing treatment not available in the prison hospital, clinic or infirmary must be treated by an appropriate civil institution, and that all healthcare treatment must be free of charge.

• I urge the Indonesian authorities to ensure that Johan Teterissa immediately and fully receives any medical treatment he may require.

• I call on them to immediately order an effective and independent investigation into the Batu prison authorities’ refusal to arrange prompt and appropriate examination and medical care for him which could amount to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Yours respectfully

Brendan McMahon BSc CEng FIMI MIMechE
Pj koyce
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 04:26 EDT
Jpkoycie@gmail.com
Pj koyce
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 04:22 EDT
Advice on where my visa on invitation can be sent ?
Hello ,can you please tell me if this is the office that i can have my girlfriends visa organiser send a telex visa for to be stamped on my passport before i travel to Indonesia.
I would be very grateful.
Thank you
SOFYAN
Thu, 15 Oct 2015 01:23 EDT
I introduce Ahmad Sofyan, I studied at the art institute Indonesia Surakarta (ISI Surakarta) want to participate and develop Indonesian culture, particularly the field of dance, ask if there are arts festivals I hope information

ahmadsyofyan102@gmail.com
Krisna Susario
Mon, 5 Oct 2015 03:02 EDT
Looking For A Job in Ireland
Dear Sir or Madame,

Having read your advertisement issue on October 2015 for the job vacation that may be needed in your country presently, I am very quite interested in working at your region.

My name is Krisna Susario, I am thirty–six year old and graduated from UNIVERSITY OF TRISAKTI (USAKTI) in 2002, taking major in Accounting Speciality in “Accounting Information System” And still taking a major in Magister Of Information Technology (MTI) in UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA (UI) currently.
I have some work experiences with the positions as a Data Management Analyst, ERP Specialist, Software Development Team Leader, IT Supervisor, Freelenced Programmer, Senior EDP/IT Staff, Senior Accountant and an Assistant Of Lecturer at Oil And Gas Company and some other private companies and the university for about seventeen years.

During my study and working time I have been taking some courses to increase my knowledges either earned by the companies or by my own in IT Fields such as Networking-Security, ERP, Database, Web Application and Desktop Programmings, Taxation and General English for a couple of years.

I am also considered to be Good in Knowledge with Object Oriented Programming (OOP), Software Engineering and Software Life Cycle Concepts, Networking, Telecomunication Engineering. I am very interested in IT and Telecomunication Fields as well, and I am also hard–working, loyal, friendly, well–orginized, self-motivated, energic, creative and able to work under pressure in any condition. According to the necessary qualifications required I think that I will utilize all of the motivation, initiative, integrity and dedication that I have by joining as a part of the worker in your country for high achievements.

For further information, I will enclose herewith my curriculum vitae, a testimonial from my collage including certifications of some courses, seminars and a recent photograph of mine as soon as requested.

Thank you very much for your attention, and I sincerely hope you will consider my applications, and I would be very glad if you could invite me for any conversation



Your faithfully,

KRISNA SUSARIO (CP: 081287381079, krisna_susario@yahoo.com)
Farika tawi
Sun, 27 Sep 2015 03:47 EDT
Looking for job in dublin
Dear sir can you help me to find a job in Ireland for domestic worker I am indoneshian british my contact no is 07988814191.my name is siti farika BT sukana tawi.

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