Indonesia-Greek War was a war between the Indonesia, Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), and Greece.
Rumours of Greece arrival in Southeast Asia had ceased since the end of World War VI. However things were back again since Macedonia moved to Australia. As a result of 2014 Spring Mission, Greece have 2X Determination Points alongside with Chile and Argentina. Meanwhile, Greece also having tension with its neighbor, Macedonia. Seeing that Macedonia settled peacefully in Australia, Greece launched an airstrike to Macedonia.
Course of the War
The Greeks are prepared for the airstrike. After the law has been approved, they directly launch the strike on Macedonian occupied Northern Territory. As a result of 2X Determination Points, the fight was a major success and soon Greece has landed on Australia. Macedonia also succeeds in the resistance fight in Povardarie. As the Greeks want to clear their enemy quickly, Greece attacked Povardarie. Again, it was a success. However, Macedonia still got one region left in Tasmania. They order a resistance war in Macedonian occupied Tasmania, but it failed. Having a sense that the presence of Greece in Australia is dangerous, Indonesia proposed Natural Enemy to Greece. The Greeks now faced a new enemy that lies right next to their border.
Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) has been proposed as a target for an Airstrike by Greece.
After Indonesia passed the NE law towards Greece, the Greeks are trying to split damage by starting resistance war on Indonesia rented region, Sabah and Mindanao. RW also started on Tasmania. Mindanao and Sabah was successfully released, but Tasmania failed to be released. Greece is holding its vital position on Northern Territory. Eventually, The Greeks has been expelled from Australia, leaving Indonesia and Macedonia unharmed.
Greece has been proposed as Natural Enemy by Indonesia.