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The Indonesian Navy Establishes Intelligence Cooperation with the Royal Thailand Navy

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The Navy carried out cooperation in the field of intelligence with the Royal Thailand Navy, recently, in Bangkok, Thailand. The navy to the two countries implemented the Intelligence Exchange Conference (IEC), which is a forum for dialogue as well as discussion to discuss maritime security issues in the global, regional and national environment that have an impact on maritime security stability especially between Indonesia and Thailand.

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TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA - The Navy carried out cooperation in the field of intelligence with the Royal Thailand Navy, recently, in Bangkok, Thailand.

The navy to the two countries implemented the Intelligence Exchange Conference (IEC), which is a forum for dialogue as well as discussion to discuss maritime security issues in the global, regional and national environment that have an impact on maritime security stability especially between Indonesia and Thailand.

In the forum, the Navy was led by Security Assistance (Aspam) Chief of the Rear Admiral TNI S. Irawan, while the Royal Thai Navy delegation was chaired by the Director General, Naval Intelligence Department (VADM) Vasinsan Chantavarin, along with his Staff officers.

For the navies of the two countries, the holding of this forum is a means of strategic communication - operational at the military / military level, especially in the field of intelligence, through information sharing, and communication sharing in the context of continuing international cooperation agreement at the level of state leadership, Ministry and TNI Headquarters.

The Intelligence Exchange Conference (IEC) activity is expected to be an effective mechanism to strengthen information sharing, communication and coordination to enhance cooperation between the two navies in the intelligence sector.

From the meeting, several collaborations have been produced, among others, both parties agreed that the dangers of drugs are a common threat and the Navy has succeeded in thwarting drug smuggling by sea, synergizing with relevant government institutions.

On this occasion the Thai Navy informed that recently, it had succeeded in thwarting drug smuggling through containers in one of the ports in the country.

The navies of the two countries also agreed that the forms and types of threats both traditional and non-traditional / military or non-military in the Malacca Strait waters have become the focus of world attention and disrupt the stability of the maritime security of the two countries.

Both parties agreed with a joint communication forum to facilitate sharing information about the security situation and crime in the sea area, especially regarding drug smuggling.

On the same occasion the Royal Thailand Navy positively appreciated the hard work and success of the Indonesian Navy's intelligence services along with operational units in Indonesian waters.

"This has provided significant results with the success of the Navy in capturing MV Sunrise Glory, a sabu carrier, STS 50 which is a fugitive Interpol, smuggling of luxury cars, and many other successes which have reduced crime rates in the sea, especially the Malacca Strait," said the AL delegation Thailand led by VADM Vasinsan Chantavarin.

In addition to Aspam Kasal, the meeting was also attended by a delegation from the Navy including the Chief of the Naval Security Agency (Kadispamal) First Admiral TNI Angkasa Dipua, Paban IV Hubal Spamal Colonel Laut (P) Akmal, Athan Laut Indonesia for Thailand Colonel Laut (E ) Hidayaturrahman, officer in the ranks of the Naval Security Staff (Spamal) Marine Lt. Col. (P) Yudi Ardian, and Marine Major (E) Irawan Prasetyo

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