US urged to drop advisory

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  • Sunday, 08 Jun 2003

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation has urged the United States to withdraw its travel advisory on Sabah. 

Its vice-chairman, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, said the United States should seriously consider this in view of the positive security assessment by US Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Thomas Fargo, who visited Sabah recently and was impressed with the level of security in the state. 

“The positive assessment by the US Commander should help put to rest whatever fears relating to security in the state,” he said in a statement.  

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