Ismail Sabri: Malaysia wants Myanmar to bounce back


PHNOM PENH: Malaysia has always regarded Myanmar as a neighbouring country and a valued member of Asean, and would like to see the country bounce back and return to a normal situation in accordance with the Asean Five-Point Consensus (5PC), says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (pic).

The Prime Minister said Malaysia also wished to see Myanmar progress for the good of its people so that the country would be in a state of peace, harmony and prosperity.

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