Halo dari Australia, saya memikirkan itu adalah kemungkinan di masa mendatang jika Indonesia membahas demokrasi penuh dan pelanggaran hak asasi perhentian TNI di West Papua don Acehpasukangeraktjepat said:So when i remember the australian support for East Timor independence, i can't blame the australian for that.They just make their choice, anyway i hope we can start a new relationship.
Now there's a possibility.... I just see such a ship has having a bit more utility for the Indonesians than it would for its neighbours. I'm thinking of an LHD in Indonesian service to be used in a plethora of roles. Whether it's used to aid in domestic security (inherent amphibious capability) , patrolling pirate infested waters, providing humanitarian aid en masse and yes, even power projection it would have to be considered be a desirable asset.But i bet that Singapore or Malaysia will acquire the LHD before indonesia.
You're right when you say Asean is a friendly community, but every country must prepare when a worst happen, like a famous quote 'if you want a peace you must ready for a battle'.ArjunMK1 said:Continuing my previous post ;
Can any body tell me the nations who are hostile against Indonesia and requires a large navy to be stopped !!
I think Indonesia is among peaceful ASEAN neighbours and its only threat is the separists !!
Yes, it'd probably be a short sharp affair to start with and then drag on for an interminable bit of sniping here and there. It wouldn't do much for ASEAN that's for sure. Particularly now everybody has signed up and promised (possibly with fingers crossed) NOT to be aggressive...AMTP10E said:Indonesia and Malaysia came very close to a major naval battle a little while ago. It was only a phone call from the chief of the TNI to his Malaysian counterpart that stopped a shooting war.
Last thing everybody needs is a hot little war in SE Asia.
pasukangeraktjepat said:Just another reason why we should have a sufficient naval force
[font=Helvetica, Arial]RI demands extradition of Malaysian officers over trespassing incident[/font]
[font=Arial, Helvetica]JAKARTA (Antara): Indonesia has requested the extradition of Malaysian officers for allegedly foiling an arrest of illegal fishermen, foreign ministry spokesman Yuri Thamrin said on Friday.
Yuri said that the Malaysian officers aboard a warship demanded the release of three Malaysian trawlers being escorted on Wednesday to a nearby port for illegally fishing in Indonesian waters.
"They clearly violated our maritime territory," Yuri said.
The government has also conveyed a strong protest message to the Malaysian government accusing Kuala Lumpur of violating Indonesian territory after the Malaysian warship was spotted off Jemur island, technically part of North Sumatra province, he said.
"We have sent a protest note to the Malaysian government, demanding an investigation," he said. The neighboring countries have been involved in heated arguments for months over the possession of a lucrative oil-producing areas in the Sulawesi Sea. Both have deployed warships to the area and traded accusations of maritime border violations