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COMMENT | Recently, the Foreign Ministry has been caught in a fiery position over minister Saifuddin Abdullah’s statements in calling out the failure to include the UN Special Envoy to Myanmar in the Asean consultative meeting on humanitarian assistance to Myanmar.

The remarks were fueled even more by Myanmar’s military junta condemning Malaysia for lobbying Asean nations to engage with the ousted but democratically elected government rather than the military junta.

Based on the response made, Malaysia has taken a strong stance by engaging the ousted National Unity Government (NUG), lobbying Asean nations to engage with NUG, calling out the atrocities committed by the junta at various levels and many more.

This advocate-leadership has been...

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