• Wednesday, 22 May 2024

Indonesian Navy Opens Registration For Free Homecoming with Warships

Indonesian Navy Opens Registration For Free Homecoming with Warships

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - The Indonesian National Navy (TNI AL) held a free Eid homecoming trip using Indonesia’s warships. The information was conveyed on Instagram @kemhanri, Sunday (3/24).

This trip will pass through 3 cities, namely Jakarta, Semarang, and Surabaya. The ship will depart from the dock of the Jakarta Military Sealift Command on April 5, then stop in Semarang on April 6, and arrive in Surabaya on April 7.

For the return trip, the ship will leave Surabaya on April 13, arrive in Semarang on April 14, and arrive in Jakarta on April 15.

For SEAtizens who are interested in registering, contact hotline 081804747000 for Jakarta area, 088983397807 for Semarang area, and 081333079663 for Surabaya area.

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