Discuss airspace plan, Jakarta urged


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  • Friday, 17 Jan 2003

PUTRAJAYA: Kuala Lumpur has asked that Jakarta discuss with Malaysia and Singapore about its plan to take full control of its airspace now handled by its two neighbouring countries before making a final decision. 

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said since the plan involved a major decision, it would be better if the matter was discussed between the affected parties. 

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