Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Patkor Malindo Held Back

June 13, 2011, Jakarta (Dispenarmabar): marine security operations in the Straits of Malacca is planned again held between the two countries, namely Malaysia and Indonesia, known as the Coordinated Patrol (Patkor) Malindo which will be held from June 13 to June 27, 2011 in the Straits of Malacca Warship involving the Republic of Indonesia (KRI), Aircraft (Pesud) Navy and Marine Warship Malaysian Army (TLDM).

Coordinated patrols between the Navy in this case, RI Fleet Command West Region (Koarmabar) with TLDM is coordinated patrols to deter and take action against violations of law and security of sea borders, especially dijalur Strait of Malacca shipping traffic in the territorial sea of ​​each country in a coordinated manner .

Koarmabar operating executive who has the command of Marine Security Force Western Area (Guskamlabar) with the Commander of the First Admiral (Laksma) TNI DA Mamahit, M.Sc., as the Commander of Task Force Patkor Malindo 11.2 in 2011.

Task Force, the task of implementing preventive measures, detection and investigation of all users of the sea and carry out repressive measures against the detention of marine users who violate the sovereignty and laws subsequently processed according to the prevailing law.

Patkor Malindo held this time is Patrols to 112 times between the two countries. Patkor Malindo held implemented gradually throughout the year four times within a predetermined time jointly by both Indonesian and Malaysian Navy.