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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Indonesian Military Send to Tarakan Sukhoi Aircraft to Banish Malaysia in Ambalat

Indonesian Militari Sukhoi Jet Fighter
Indonesian Military  Send to Tarakan  Sukhoi Aircraft  to Banish Malaysia in Ambalat

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Headline - Three fighter jets belonging to the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) is sent from the Main Air Force Base (AFB) Sultan Hasanuddin, Makassar, to Juwata Airport, Tarakan, North Kalimantan. The fighter jets arrive in Juwata 10:20 pm, Monday, November 24th, 2014.

11 air fighter squadron was stationed in Tarakan to secure Ambalat and marine areas border between Indonesia and Malaysia. It follows an increase in the intensity of naval ships and air Malaysia encroaching Indonesian waters in the Ambalat.

Task Force Commander of the Air Defense Makassar air base, Colonel Pilot Dawn Adriyanto, said that security in Tarakan is a regular agenda. But he also confirmed the presence of ships and aircraft Malaysia who intentionally violate boundaries, particularly in Ambalat.

Assistant Intelligence Kosekhanudnas II, Lieutenant Colonel Bambang (PNB) Juniar, previously said that the Malaysian warships back breaking boundaries in Ambalat. Within one month, Malaysia has broken three times.

Based on the observation Kosekhanudnas II, Malaysia really analyze the condition of Indonesia. "For example, if we have any security concentration in the presidential election, they go in. Then all our planes fly again concentrations pass in Surabaya, they appeared again," he said.

Commander Naval Base (Danlanal) Tarakan, Marine Lt. Col. (P) Aries Cahyono, also confirmed the encroachment of Malaysia in recent months. Finally, he said, Kapa Diraja Malaysia's Pari Ambalat entered into on November 3, 2014.

Report of two KRI in Ambalat, namely Diponegoro and Tedung scad, Ship Royal Pari intercepted when it entered almost 4 mill to the Malaysian border. In fact, already approaching Coral Unarang.

"If there is an attempt to steal in like that, if caught, yes, we dispel," he said.

Ambalat is a vast ocean block covers 15 235 square kilometers located in the Celebes Sea and the Makassar Strait located or near the extension of the land border between Sabah, Malaysia, and East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Naming sea block is based on the exploitation of marine interests and underwater, especially in the field of oil mining.

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