EU's policies to reduce palm oil use are protectionist and 'grossly unfair', says premier.
This is despite Prime Minister Mahathir suggesting that Malaysia may look into buying Chinese jets instead.
PM notes that the RMAF's existing aircraft are well-serviced and can continue to perform.
UPDATED 6.53PM | Mahathir has threatened retaliation over the ban on palm biofuels.
COMMENT | Perhaps 2019 is the right time to demonstrate our love towards the 'tree of life'.
UK Parliament divided on how, when or whether to leave, while EU fears Brexit delay can weigh on EU elections.
Foreign Ministry calls EU's move a 'calculated political act'.
But the EU, and particularly Irish PM Leo Varadkar, say they will not re-open the Withdrawal Agreement.
Theresa May’s bid to renegotiate deal is rebuffed a day before her arrival in Brussels.
EU lawmakers voted 439 in favour to 104 against, with 88 abstentions, at a special session in Brussels.
Huawei pledges to spend US$2b to address security issues raised by UK gov’t
UK and European Union agree on deal to give the former basic access to bloc’s markets after Brexit.
Decision risks destroying decades of development progress, says the Foreign Ministry.
Viktoria Marinova had recently covered a probe into companies involved in EU-funded infrastructure projects administered by local authorities.
We deeply regret the re-imposition of sanctions by the US, says the bloc.
European Commission offers to pay the countries more than RM28k per migrant taken in.
It is the toughest action that Trump has taken against Russia.
'Cannot put a price tag' on the people's interests when negotiating bilateral deals, says minister.
Country not seeking a Euro trade war, but will respond 'if one is foisted on us', says Mah.