6:53 pm | Thursday, October 10th, 2013
MANILA, Philippines – Indonesia’s military chief is in the Philippines for a three-day visit.
General Moeldoko, commander-in-chief of Tentara Nacional Indonesia (Indonesian Defense Forces), paid a courtesy call to Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and Armed Forces of the Philippines General Emmanuel Bautista on Thursday at Camp Aguinaldo.
Military spokesman Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala said his visit was part of a tradition of military chiefs among Asean counterparts.
He will be in the country from October 9 to 11.
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