Indonesia may sell weapons, supplies to Iraq, Uganda
Novan Iman Santosa
The Jakarta Post
Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin: (JP/P.J. Leo)Indonesia may soon sell weapons and military supplies to Iraq and Uganda, in what a top defense official said would be a first for an ASEAN member nation.
“We are inviting Iraqi defense officials to attend a ceremony commemorating the 67th anniversary of the TNI [Indonesian Military] on Oct. 5,” Deputy Defense Minister Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin said Friday.
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