The World: Indonesian Government Set To Station Security Forces To South China Sea

The Indonesian government has deployed Navy forces near the South China sea for security reasons, for quite a while now there has been insecurity concern around the southern part of the China sea

Talking at a news meeting, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Yudo Margono said the maritime battle power (Guspurla) Command Fleet I, which is right now conveyed in the capital Jakarta, will be forever moved to Natuna. 

The power is responsible for directing marine battle and land and/or water capable tasks to help ocean control and accomplish key targets to implement law and maintain sway in regional ocean. 

The arrangement came following raising strain in the South China Sea and the locale