"Red notice from Interpol on behalf of Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra on (published on) July 10, 2009," said Arvin, Wednesday (1/7/2020).
Then, on March 29, 2012 there was a request to go abroad from the Attorney General's Office for 6 months. Immigration also sent a DPO request from NCB Secretary of Interpol Indonesia to Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra alias Joe Chan (WN Papua New Guinea) on 12 February 2015. (Also read: Djoko Tjandra Is Called Located in Indonesia, Menkumham: In Our System Does Not Exist)
"The Directorate General of Immigration issues letters about DPOs to all Immigration offices, which are forwarded to the Secretary of NCB Interpol and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs," he explained.
On May 5, 2020, there was a notification from the Interpol NCB Secretary that the red notice on behalf of Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra had been removed from the database system as of 2014 because there were no more requests from the Attorney General's Office.
"The Director General of Immigration followed up by removing the name Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra from the Crossing System on May 13, 2020," said Arvin. (Also read: Various Speeches of Bhayangkara Anniversary, from Menkopolhukam, Head of BNN to Chair of the People's Consultative Assembly)
On June 27, 2020, there was a DPO request from the Attorney General's Office so that Djoko's name was put back into the crossing system with DPO status.
"In addition to the chronology above, it also needs to be said that on behalf of Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra alias Joe Chen was not found in crossing data," he said.