Indonesian Military Ready to Rescue Hostages
Suhartono did not say further about future plan of the rescue operation.
VIVAnews - Indonesian Military Commander, Admiral Agus Suhartono, said a military operation will in no time be launched in an effort to rescue 20 ship crews of Indonesian ship MV Sinar Kudus, which is now being controlled by Somali pirates.
However, Suhartono did not say further about future plan of the rescue operation. "We can't reveal everything," he said.
The Indonesian Military still nonetheless refers to the option that the government offered earlier. "Negotiation is still the first priority," said Suhartono.
20 Indonesian shipcrews are currently taken as hostages by Somali pirates. They wanted the Indonesian goverment provide ransom demand worth US$3 million. Any decision is on the horizon as PT Samudera Indonesia as the ship owner has yet to make responses over the issue.
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