KRI Dewa Ruci Invited to Ireland

26 Oktober, 2011 | Source: Media Indonesia

The Indonesia and Ireland′s defense cooperation continues to advance from year to year.

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Ireland′s Prime Minister has also invited the KRI Dewa Ruci to attend an event to be held in Ireland in 2012.

"This is a successful missions of KRI Dewa Ruci," said Defence Attaché Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London, Colonel Nurchahyanto, at the celebration in commemoration of the 66th anniversary of TNI held at Wisma Samudera, London, Saturday (15/10).

Nurchahyanto said that Indonesia - Ireland′s defense cooperation has been improved due to the extend amount of visits between the two marine officials.

In addition, Colonel Nurchahyanto acknowledged that the government′s attention on the defense sector is quite large which is shown by the increase of defense spending that is used to upgrade the Main Equipment Armament System (defense equipment) owned by the army .

 

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