Chief General WPRA Mathias Wenda has written to the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Ir. Joko Widodo via Indonesia's Consulatar-General Office in Vanimo, Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea urging Mr. President to consider three things;
His Excellency, Mr. Ir. Joko Widodo,
President of the Republic of Indonesia,
Indonesian Presidential Palace, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
Racial Discrimination Against Melanesians, Referendum Demand and Your Offer for Discussion on Referendum with the Colonial Governors of Papua and Papua Barat Provinces
From the Central Defence Headquarters (CDHs) of West Papua Revolutionary Army (WPRA), I am as the Supreme Commander of West Papua Revolution (PANGTIKOR), hereby would like to explain my position on the following three points to Mr. President of the Republic of Indonesia: first of all regarding the current developments in the territory of the Republic of West Papua (RWP) from Raja Ampat to Maroke; secondly, about Mr. President’s plan to meet with two colonial governors of Papua and Papua Barat to discuss about referendum; and finally the proposal from WPRA to Mr. President as ways to get out from current problems facing the Colonial Unitary Republic of Indonesia (CURI) as reactions to what your military and police officers have done, i.e., calling us Melanesians: “monkeys”.