FM Admits Attack Threat on Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria

Fajar Nugraha    •    12 Mei 2015 14:48 WIB
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FM Admits Attack Threat on Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria
Foreign Minister of Indonesia Retno Marsudi -- (Photo: MI / Panca Syurkani), Port Moresby: Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi confirmed the threat against the Indonesian Embassy in Abuja, Nigeria.

The FM, currently in Papua New Guinea along with President Joko Widodo, said she had received reports on the threat.
"The threat was sent via mail, and received on May 11, 2015, at 9.00am local time," said Minister Marsudi as she was contacted by, Tuesday (5/12/2015).
"We have reported (the threat) to the authorities," she continued.
The threat came from a group naming themselves the M.O.G. Apparently, the threat is likely related to the death penalty executions of Nigerian citizen involved in drug crime. The execution was conducted in April 2015, at the Nusakambangan prison.
In its letter, M.O.G. warned Indonesian government not to execute Nigerian citizens. Should the execution happens again, they mentioned that actions will be taken. The threat letter also listed the ranks within the Indonesian Embassy in Abuja. (Eps)

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