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Terrorism and transnational organised crime are serious global concerns that have the potential to endanger the stability and security of nations as well as threaten international peace. The fight against both terrorism and transnational organised crime must be done comprehensively. It is imperative for the international community to formulate a universally accepted definition; to identify its root causes and undertake appropriate measures to remedy it; and to include acts of terror perpetrated by the State.


Malaysia condemns all acts, methods and practices of terrorism and transnational crimes. As terrorism and transnational organised crime are global phenomenon that transcends national boundaries, fighting both menaces demand effective international actions in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and universally recognized principles governing international relations and international law. Malaysia believes that the best forum to lead and coordinate those actions remains the United Nations. Malaysia participates actively in contributing/sharing information and experiences in the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) and Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) and also at regional level especially under the ASEAN Work Programme as an effort in combating terrorism and transnational organised crime.




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