Muhyiddin slams destruction of cultural heritage

Muhyiddin signing plaque at the at the Malaysian Intangible Cultural Heritage Gala Show held at the Unesco headquarters in Place de Fontenoy here Tuesday night.

PARIS: The increased destruction of cultural heritage due to social, religious and cultural unrest in certain societies has drawn a rebuke from Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who vowed that Malaysia would continue to advocate the protection and enhancement of cultural heritage.

The Deputy Prime Minister said this would be in line with the continued priority given to the matter in the agenda of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco).

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