Malaysia, Indonesia want Philippines to do more to tackle Abu Sayyaf


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  • Sunday, 26 Jun 2016

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia and Indonesia are pushing for more concrete steps to improve security in the Sulu Sea and for the Philippines to take on more effective measures in tackling the kidnap-for-ransom Abu Sayyaf militant group.  

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said he and Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi want to meet the incoming Philippines Foreign Secretary after the official takes oath of office.  

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