Foreign minister proposes OIC refugee education foundation
Saifuddin Abdullah says this is to design, facilitate and develop intervention in all relevant areas for the education of refugees.
As UN mulls Myanmar action, Malaysia pushes Asean to review peace plan
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says he hopes the 15-member UN Security Council will not fail the people of Myanmar.
Buck up, Saifuddin tells Asean on enforcing Myanmar peace plan
The foreign minister says Asean countries must decide whether they will continue to work with the junta in providing humanitarian assistance.
Govt using foreign funds to train Myanmar refugees, says Saifuddin
The foreign minister says the government will not use public funds in its efforts to help refugees obtain basic skills.
Myanmar executions make mockery of Asean peace plan, says foreign minister
Saifuddin Abdullah slams the move to execute four pro-democracy activists whom the junta accused of aiding 'terror acts' by a civilian resistance movement.
Asean concern over Cambodia PM’s Myanmar visit, says Saifuddin
The foreign minister says some of the 10 Asean members are concerned this could be seen as legitimising the coup-makers.
Presidential clemency requested but it’s up to Singapore, Saifuddin says on looming execution
The foreign minister says he has yet to receive a response to the letter sent to his counterpart in Singapore.
Saifuddin says contact made with Singapore on execution of mentally disabled Malaysian
The foreign minister says developments will be monitored and the appropriate consular aid extended to Nagaenthran K Dharmalingam and his family.
Saifuddin calls for rethink of Asean’s non-interference policy amid Myanmar crisis
He says the principle of non-interference cannot be used as a shield to avoid issues being addressed.
Malaysia, Indonesia concerned over nuclear subs plan, says Saifuddin
The foreign minister says this is although nuclear weapons are not part of the plan.
Govt says no compromise on demands for Myanmar progress
The foreign minister says his counterpart from the Myanmar junta will attend an Asean meeting today, where the issue of possibly excluding the military chief will be discussed.
No rush in deciding stand on Taliban govt, says Saifuddin
He says police are still awaiting credible information on reports that two Malaysians believed to be fighting alongside IS-K have been detained by the Taliban.