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Protecting Malaysia’s Interests In Sudan

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KUALA LUMPUR – The military takeover in Sudan won’t stop the Malaysian government from protecting its interests in Sudan.

The Petroliam Nasional Nasional Berhad (Petronas) Sudan Complex, which houses the Malaysian Embassy, and UN agencies and other organisations are among these interests.

Wisma Putra said it is following national developments.

All 42 Malaysians, including 27 students registered with the Embassy, are safe, according to the Embassy of Malaysia in Khartoum. “Embassy personnel are in close communication with them,” the ministry said today.

“As a matter of urgency, the foregoing problems and concern relative to the safety of Malaysians in The Sudan were conveyed to the Sudanese Charge d’ Affaires, who was summoned to Wisma Putra this afternoon,” it added.

Malaysians in Sudan who need consular help should get in touch with the Malaysian Embassy in Khartoum or Wisma Putra.

Following weeks of tensions between military and civilian officials sharing power since Omar al-Resignation, Bashir’s AFP reported that armed forces imprisoned Sudan’s prime minister for refusing to support their “coup.”

The ministry said on Facebook that civilian members of Sudan’s ruling council and the transitional government led by Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok had been arrested.

It stated that internet services had been suspended nationwide, and that the main routes and bridges leading to Khartoum had been closed.

The Daily Sabah in Istanbul reported that Sudan’s transitional government issued the warrant against Petronas’ national manager after tensions rose after Petronas’ assets were taken.

The news source added such a move would harm Sudan’s bilateral relations.

“Many other countries that have invested heavily in Sudan are attentively monitoring the situation. It stated they fear the transitional government will attack them next.

Sources say other countries’ companies were targeted.

Info source – The Malaysian Reserve

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