Najib: Peace and harmony cannot be taken for granted


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  • Saturday, 16 Jan 2016

SRI KEMBANGAN: The attacks in Indonesia and around the world demonstrate that peace and harmony cannot be taken for granted, said Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak.

"We have been shaken by the news of the bombings in Jakarta, Istanbul and Paris which shows peace and harmony are precious."

Najib, however, vowed to do all he can to battle terrorism.

"As Prime Minister, I can give you the undertaking that I will fight tooth and nail against any form of terrorism and extremism,” he said during the opening of Wisma Huazong here on Saturday.

Najib also pledged an additional RM3mil to help the Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia pay for the RM85mil building.

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