Japanese aid Irians in revolt
Uit de Sunday Mail 28-03-1976
A leader of a group of Japanese World War II. soldiers says his Tokyo organisation has been supplying funds for arms purchases by West Irian rebels for their campaign for independence from Indonesia.
Mr. Tomio Matsumiya, secretary-general of the Nippon-Papua Friendship
Associatïon, said the association had been providing financial and material
aid for the West Irian rebels for 12 years.
Mr. Matsumiya said that none of the arms had been shipped from Japan.
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