Touch and go out of Khartoum

IT was a crisis that even caught the attention of the Yang Di Pertuan Agong. For Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir it was his first real test as the Foreign Minister.

The mission: to bring home 30 Malaysians working and studying in Sudan after the country was thrown into political turmoil and security unrest following clashes between two military factions. And not only that, several countries also sought Malaysia’s assistance in evacuating their citizens.

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