Indonesia looks to build its own warships
The Jakarta Post
Come sail away: Naval cadets line up next to Indonesia’s Banda Aceh warship in Surabaya on Monday. Indonesia is looking to build its own warships, including submarines.JP/Wahyoe Boediwardhana The Indonesian government is looking into the possibility of building its own warships in order to strengthen the country’s defense systems and reduce its dependence on other countries for warships.
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