Indonesian envoy called in to clarify over MOU remarks on recruitment of domestic workers, says Wisma Putra


PETALING JAYA: Indonesian ambassador to Malaysia Hermono was called in to clarify over his remarks related to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the recruitment and protection of Indonesian domestic workers, says Wisma Putra.

In a statement, the Foreign Ministry said the first meeting was held at the ministry on Feb 16.

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