Indonesian Naval Ship Kri Bung Tomo arrives at port of Colombo

The Indonesian Naval Ship Kri Bung Tomo arrived at the port of Colombo on a goodwill visit today (19 October 2017). The ship was welcome by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval customs, upon her arrival. A group of officials from the Embassy of Indonesia in Colombo was also present on the occasion.

Subsequently, the Commanding Officer of the ship, Captain Heri Triwibowo together with a host of Indonesian representatives called on the Deputy Area Commander of Western Naval Command, Commodore Sanath Uthpala and held a cordial discussion. Mementoes were also exchanged to mark this occasion.

The ship’s crew which includes 107 members is scheduled to take part in a number of friendly sporting events and other programmes organized by the Sri Lanka Navy, during their 3 day official visit in Sri Lanka. The ship Kri Bung Tomo is due to set sail for its next port of call from the Colombo harbour on 21st of this month.