Indonesia Seeks Closer Ties to South Korea

The Chief of Naval Staff (Kasal) Admiral TNI Yudo Margono invites the Chief of Naval Operations of the Republic of Korea Navy / South Korean Chief of Staff Admiral Kim Jung Soo to strengthen close cooperative relations through military diplomacy, Indonesia and South Korea will commemorate the anniversary of the relationship 50th diplomatic mission next year. The invitation was conveyed by TNI Admiral Yudo Margono while visiting Admiral Kim Jung Soo at the South Korean Naval Academy, Jinhae, South Korea last Saturday (02/04).

Kasal was greeted with a military grand ceremony and continued with an inspection of the troops. During the visit, the Chief of Staff was accompanied by Assistant Operations (Asops) Kasal Admiral TNI Dadi Hartanto, Assistant Intelligence (Asintel) Kasal Admiral TNI Angkasa Dipua and General Chairperson of Jalasenastri Ny. Vero Yudo Margono.

The two Navy leaders discussed cooperation in various fields, including issues of maritime security stability, education, officer exchange and naval defense cooperation between the two countries, including the planned implementation of the Navy To Navy Talk (NTNT) which was previously held every two years to be increased to a year. very.

Admiral Yudo Margono also had the opportunity to visit South Korea’s 1,800-ton submarine and tactical training facilities for submarine crews at the South Korean Navy Submarine Command. Kasal also had the opportunity to visit a nuclear submarine weighing 1,000 tons and several weapons at the port of the Jinhae Submarine Base. Kasal later attended an event hosted by Admiral Kim at the Marine training ground at Battalion Yeon in Haesa and spoke in-depth about cooperation agendas such as officer exchanges and defense cooperation.

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