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Indonesia Steps Up Sea Patrols to Monitor China Fishing Boats

Poster:Post date:2020-01-05
Catergory:News
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(South China Sea Disputes),(Regional Issues)
(Bloomberg, By Harry Suhartono) Indonesia’s military has stepped up naval and aerial patrols of the Natuna Sea area because of a rising number of Chinese fishing vessels in the region. The Southeast Asian nation has deployed three ships and two aircraft in the gas-rich North Natuna Sea, and two additional vessels are on the way to join the group, Yudo Margono, commander of the Joint Regional Defense Command, said in statement. <Accessed 2020-01-05>  
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