An Indonesian court has delayed the trial of a Polish man who faces charges over his alleged links to West Papuan independence fighters.
Jakub Skrzypski was arrested in August on suspicion of arranging an arms deal with the West Papua Liberation Army.
He's charged with a range of crimes, including a plot to overthrow the government. He faces up to 20 years in jail if convicted.
His trial was due to start on Monday, but proceedings were called off becuase the court failed to book a flight for Mr Skrzypski's translator.
It will resume on January the 8th.
Earlier, Prosecutors said Mr Skrzypski had met with leaders of the Free Papua Organisation and was found with documents and video detailing the Papuan struggle for independence.
It is also alleged that Mr Skrzypski and his co-defendant discussed the possibility of procuring arms from Poland.
Police previously said they had confiscated from Mr Skrzypski and three Papuans more than 130 rounds of ammunition, but no mention of that was made in the indictment.
Mr Skrzypski's lawyer Latifah Anum Siregar said the Pole denied any involvement with ammunitions.
In a letter sent to the Swiss newspaper Le Temps in September, Mr Skrzypski said he was merely a tourist in Papua.
He said he'd been accused of an attempted coup, but that all he had done was meet some indigenous Papuans who were not armed.