Malaysia wants fires put out

KUCHING: As transboundary haze from hotspots in neighbouring Kalimantan hit parts of Sarawak, the Federal Government is preparing to send a diplomatic note to Indonesia to take immediate action to put out its fires.

Deputy Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Isnaraissah Munirah Majilis said the note, to be sent as soon as possible, would also urge Indonesia to prevent the fires from recurring.

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Kalimantan , fire , haze , Sarawak


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