Thursday, September 2, 2010

Malaysia Hand Reject Third-Party Mix

Malaysia Hand Reject Third-Party Mix 
Jakarta-KL conflict got hotter 
Thursday, September 2, 2010, 06:57:00 AM

Alhamdulillah, Kocek RI Lebih Tebal Dari Malaysia
RMOL.Malaysia and Indonesia are considered able to resolve the problems now being faced by both countries. Third party intervention is considered the Malaysian government has not been necessary.
Minister of Foreign Affairs (Foreign Minister) Malaysia Anifah Aman said the tensions in both countries this week need not be a discussion of the ASEAN Summit. Conflict of Jakarta-Kuala Lumpur (KL) triggered the arrest of three members of the department of maritime affairs and fisheries (DKP), Indonesia by Malaysian Marine Policy, August 13, in the waters of Cape rafting, Bintan, Riau Islands. The atmosphere got hotter with the demonstration in front of the Malaysian embassy in Indonesia.
"So far, we can sit together and discuss ways to find the most peaceful solution," said Anifah on the sidelines of Malaysia's independence anniversary celebration to-53 in Bukit Jalil, KL, Tuesday (31 / 8) night.
"No need to bring this issue to the ASEAN Summit (ASEAN Summit)," he added, adding, the two countries conflicts can be resolved through the spirit of ASEAN.
Foreign Minister and Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa Anifah will meet at the Kinabalu on September 6 to discuss this issue. Meanwhile, the 17th ASEAN Summit will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam next month.
Malaysian Interior Minister Hishammuddin Tun Hussein hoped that both countries can use the existing road to work together to reach solutions. "The two countries are neighbors and territorial issues can not be avoided. But, this problem should be handled with wisdom and maturity, "said Hishammuddin.
"We will use diplomatic channels in order to prevent the group that tried to damage the cordial relations between the two neighboring countries," he said.
Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mo-ha-mad said. "This is a small problem and we can resolve without any aggression," he concluded. [RM]

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