Monday, July 2, 2012

Indonesia-Australia Grants 5 Hercules Finalize Debate

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Government of Indonesia and Australia will discuss the finalization of grant of five C-130 Hercules aircraft from Australia, including government fees that must be related to the process.

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said the final debate on the grant of the aircraft will be one of the agenda visit the President to Darwin 2-4 July 2012 date.

"This afternoon there are activities of RI meeting with Defense Minister Defense Minister of Australia. Plan has five C-130 from Australia to grant format with no fees taken out of Indonesia," the president said while giving evidence of the press in Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base in Jakarta on Monday .

According to the Head of State, Indonesia requires the transport aircraft after the accident because the Fokker-owned TNI AU few weeks ago, a plane owned by TNI AU can not be operated until the research is completed.

He explained also that although the CN 295 aircraft Fokker 27's successor TNI AU is completed and has a capacity greater but TNI AU will keep coming back to expand the fleet of C-130 was owned by a number of updates.

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