Respect foreigners, don’t mistreat them


THE Government is spending millions of kina every year to combat law and order issues through its agencies to ensure its people become law abiding citizens.
Churches are doing what they can at their level to encourage citizens to uphold good moral standards.
These are happening to prepare the country to be a better place for more foreign investors and visitors to come to the country.
However, it is discouraging when we continue to mistreat foreigners who live with us.
It is shameful for our leaders who are trying to attract foreign investment.
I fear that other countries might eventually cease bilateral relations with Papua New Guinea because of the way we treat foreigners.

Randolph Atarapa