'Proposal on Sabah in Philippines passport is not an official stand'


Modified 28 Aug 2020, 2:11 am

PARLIAMENT | The proposal to include Sabah and 200 miles of Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in a map in the passport of Philippines is not a new move, nor is it an official stand of the republic’s government, Deputy Foreign Minister Kamarudin Jaafar said.

He said the matter was a proposal of a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of The Philippine House of Representatives to create a substitute bill to amend, replace or abolish the Philippines Passport Act 1996...

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