Danish company Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) signed MoU with the Indonesian National Naval Design Centre on cooperation in naval ship designing on May 21.
From 18 – 19 May, Denmark’s Rear Admiral Frank Trojahn, visited Indonesia together with a delegation of Danish companies within the naval sector, ScandAsia.com reported Monday.
On the agenda was a meeting with the Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi, who visited Denmark in October last year. This was followed by a small seminar, where the Danish companies had the chance to do presentations of Danish naval defence solutions.
Rear Admiral Trojahn and the Danish companies also met with the Indonesian Coastguard BAKAMLA and presented multi-purpose maritime solutions to the Indonesian needs.
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Chinese-made anti-aircraft cannon malfunctioned and fired off shots randomly during a military exercise in Indonesias Tanjung Datuk on Wednesday. The accident, involving Giant Bow anti-aircraft cannon, occurred at the Air Defense Artillery 1/K compound during shooting practice held by an Indonesian Army quick response team (PPRC TNI AD)
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