JAKARTA (Xinhua) -- Indonesia has received two warships from Brunei Darussalam under a grant and the two warships will join the West Fleet Command (ARMABAR), Antara news Agency reported here on Monday.
The government of Brunei officially handed over the two warships "KRI Salawaku 642" and "KRI Badau 643" on April 15, April, Major Komaruddin, the commander of KRI Badau said here on Monday.
Each of the ship has a cruising capacity of 28 knots, the commander said.
He said that both ships were originally called "KDB (Kapal Perang Diraja Brunei) Waspada" and "KDB Pejuang" as part of the Royal Brunei Navy fleet.
"The two ships are part of the rapid ship missile (KCR)," Maj Komaruddin said, adding that the ships were designed in England and constructed in its plant in Singapore.