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Chinese Navy Task Group 150 Concluded its Successful Visit to Indonesia
2017/09/21

The Chinese Navy Task Group 150 concluded its friendly visit to Indonesia from 15th to 19th September. The Indonesian Commander of the 3rd Main Naval Base, First-Admiral Richard and Commander of Western Fleet Maritime Security Task Force, First-Admiral Irwanto hosted a welcoming ceremony upon the fleet’s arrival at the Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta. The celebration was attended by over 200 guests including Mr. Sun Weide, Charge d'Affaires of Chinese Embassy in Indonesia, Mme. Jiang Qin, Charge d'Affaires of Chinese Mission to ASEAN, Sr. Col. Zhou Jian, Chinese Defence Attaché to Indonesia and representatives of the Chinese embassy, mission, enterprises, overseas students and local Chinese communities.

During its stay in Jakarta, Commander of the fleet, Rear-Admiral Shen Hao met with over ten senior officials of the Indonesian military, including Assistant of the Indonesian Chief of Navy for Security Rear-Admiral Agus Heryana, Commander of Western Fleet Rear-Admiral Aan Kurnia, Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Navy Military Sea Lift Command First-Admiral Sugeng, and representative of the major of North District Jakarta.

On the evening of 18th September, more than 120 guests attended the on-deck reception hosted by the Navy fleet, including Assistant of the Indonesian Chief of Navy for Security Rear-Admiral Agus Heryana, Assistant of the Indonesian Chief of Navy for Maritime Potential Rear-Admiral Gatot Triswanto, Deputy Assistant of Indonesian Chief of Navy for Planning and Budget, Chief of Indonesian Navy Information Bureau, Chief of Staff of Western Fleet, Commander of Western Fleet Maritime Security Task Force and head of Indonesian Navy Hydrography and Oceanography Center as well as representatives from Chinese embassy, mission, enterprises as well as local Chinese communities.

The Navy fleet, in addition, invited on-board more than 30 Indonesian military officers from the Western Fleet, Hydrography and Oceanography Center and Sea Lift Command for exchanges on counter-piracy operation and ship damage control. The Navy fleet also hosted sport games with the 3rd Main Naval Base.

The fleet was open to public from 16th to 17th, and over 3,200 guests from the Indonesian navy, Chinese enterprises and local Chinese communities visited the fleet.

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