Indonesia-Timor-Leste relations. good neighbors ատ unfinished business

Galuh Vandita (Jakarta Post Office)

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Jakarta ●:
Saturday, May 21, 2022

“Good fences make good neighbors,” writes Robert Frost in his famous poem The Transforming Wall. Twenty years after regaining its independence in 2002, Timor-Leste and its close neighbor Indonesia have made significant progress in rectifying their troubled past. There is a real sense of generosity between the two peoples, reinforced by their common history and geographical proximity.

The celebration of the restored independence of Timor-Leste on May 20 is an opportunity for the two countries to deepen their relationship as close neighbors, looking for ways to reduce the pain and anger that still exist because of their shared history.

Two formal truth commissions have been set up to investigate historical human rights abuses in depth. East Timor’s Reception, Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CAVR) was set up by the United Nations in Timor-Leste, continued under independence under a new government, while the other Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CTF) was composed of Indonesian speakers. և Timor’s commissioners and staff.

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