Welfare Dept updating Swedish counterparts on well-being of kids


KUCHING: Swedish authorities are being updated on the well-being of the four children whose parents are currently on trial in Sweden for abuse charges.

Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Rohani Karim said the Malaysian Welfare Department had been providing weekly reports to the Sweden Social Services to keep authorities there informed of all four children’s well-being, as required.

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