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Indonesian President Joko Widodo, third right, accompanied by, from left to right, Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung, Navy Chief of Staff, Adm. Ade Supandi, top Security Minister Luhut Panjaitan, Armed Forces Chief Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo and Riau Islands Gov. Nurdin Basirun stands on the deck of navy warship KRI Imam Bonjol, on the waters of Natuna Islands, June 23, 2016. AP/Agus Suparto, Indonesian Presidential Office
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TNI Navy Signs Rp813bn Contracts

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Navy Chief of Staff Admiral Ade Supandi signed 173 contracts with the Force's goods and service suppliers. The entire value of contracts signed was Rp813 billion.

"This activity is to follow up the president's instruction in the pursuit of accelerating economic growth," the admiral said at the Navy Headquarters in Cilangkap, Friday, January 12.

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The contracts are aimed at accelerating the Navy's budget absorption. With the contracts, Ade said, cross-year activities can be avoided. 

"That way it will give a real contribution to the economic recovery," he said.  

In 2017, the TNI Navy signed 215 contracts with its goods and services suppliers with a total value of Rp2.22 trillion.

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TNI Commander Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto said that the Navy will get four new warships this year. 

"Yesterday I inaugurated the KRI I Gusti Ngurah Rai, there are still two more ships waiting," he said after a meeting at the Defense Ministry building.


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