Usai Bicara dengan Prabowo Subianto, Malaysia Mau Kirim Pasukan Perdamaian ke Gaza

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Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia is willing to send its peacekeeping forces to the Gaza Strip, Palestine, along with Indonesia’s forces. Malaysia’s willingness was conveyed after the Prime Minister (PM) spoke with Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto.

As reported by Antara, Monday (1/7/2024), Malaysia’s willingness was conveyed by PM Anwar Ibrahim.

“Referring to the humanitarian situation in Palestine, I would like to inform about Malaysia’s readiness to cooperate, including in the placement of peacekeeping forces together with Indonesia if mandated by the UN,” Anwar said on his social media account accessed in Kuala Lumpur on Monday.

Anwar said he had a three-minute conversation with Prabowo, expressing gratitude for the smooth operation carried out by the newly elected president of Indonesia recently.

He also said a prayer for Prabowo to receive good and intensive care during the recovery period, and to be quickly healed so that he can immediately resume his responsibilities.

Anwar said they exchanged views on current issues, especially Prabowo’s role in representing Indonesia on the international stage recently and bringing vision, collaboration, and regional and universal peace.

“I welcome the idea of ​​cooperation in the international peacekeeping mission between Malaysia and Indonesia, and such cooperation can be expanded to the ASEAN regional level,” Anwar said.

At the end of the discussion, he expressed hope that Indonesia’s election, which will end with the Regional Head Election (Pilkada) on November 27, 2024, can proceed smoothly and easily.

In addition, Anwar also expressed hope that all preparations for Prabowo’s inauguration as President of Indonesia on October 20, 2024, can proceed smoothly.


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