Indonesian Naval ship calls at Colombo Port | Daily News

Indonesian Naval ship calls at Colombo Port

The Indonesian Naval ship Kri Sultan Hasanuddin arrived at the Colombo Port on a goodwill visit, on Saturday. The ship was welcomed by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with Naval customs. A group of officials from the Indonesian Embassy in Colombo was also present on the occasion.

Subsequently, the ship’s Commanding Officer Commander Cecep Hidayat called on Western Naval Area Commander Rear Admiral Nishantha Ulugetenne.

The ship’s crew of 120 is scheduled to take part in several friendly sporting events and other programmes organised by the Sri Lanka Navy, during their three-day official visit to Sri Lanka.

The Kri Sultan Hasanuddin is due to set sail from Colombo Harbour tomorrow. 


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