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Based on a recent river territory inventory, Indonesia has 14 rivers that exceed state boundaries: five rivers with Malaysia in Kalimantan island (Baram, Lupar, Sebuku, Sembakung, and Serundong), three rivers with Timor Lorosae in Timor island (Loes, Nitibe, and Wini), and six rivers with Papua New Guinea in Papua island (Bewani, Fly, Merauke, Sepik, Tami, and Tari) (Witoelar, undated). There are no records of major issues related to these transboundary rivers.


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