MALAYSIA STRONGLY CONDEMNS THE INCURSION AND ATTACKS BY THE ISRAELI OCCUPATION FORCES AND SETTLERS IN AL-AQSA MOSQUE IN JERUSALEM

 

MALAYSIA STRONGLY CONDEMNS THE INCURSION AND ATTACKS BY THE ISRAELI OCCUPATION FORCES

AND SETTLERS IN AL-AQSA MOSQUE IN JERUSALEM

 

Malaysia strongly condemns the incursion and attacks by the Israeli Occupation Forces and Israeli settlers against the Palestinian civilians and worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque on 7 May 2021.

 

Such heinous acts must be strongly denounced, and the Israeli government be held responsible and accountable for the flagrant violation of human rights and international law. Many Palestinians have been injured in the attacks. The targeted aggression against the worshippers during prayers in the final days of Holy Ramadan in Al-Aqsa Mosque is indeed contemptuous to all Muslims and humanity.

 

Malaysia also strongly condemns all forced evictions of Palestinians from their homes, including those in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of East Jerusalem.

 

Malaysia calls upon the international community to act swiftly and decisively to respond to the latest Israeli aggressions

 

Malaysia continues to stand in strong solidarity with the people of Palestine in the wake of the Israeli aggressions. Malaysia reaffirms its unwavering support for the Palestinians and their cause for achieving freedom from the Israeli illegal occupation, and realising their aspiration for an independent State of Palestine based on the pre-1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as their Capital.

 

YB DATO' SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN 

8 MAY 2021


MALAYSIA MENGECAM SEKERAS-KERASNYA PENCEROBOHAN DAN SERANGAN TENTERA PENJAJAH ISRAEL SERTA PENDATANG HARAM YAHUDI KE ATAS MASJID AL-AQSA, BAITUL MAQDIS

 

MALAYSIA MENGECAM SEKERAS-KERASNYA PENCEROBOHAN DAN SERANGAN TENTERA PENJAJAH ISRAEL

SERTA PENDATANG HARAM YAHUDI KE ATAS MASJID AL-AQSA, BAITUL MAQDIS

 

Malaysia mengecam sekeras-kerasnya pencerobohan dan serangan tentera penjajah Israel serta pendatang haram yahudi ke atas rakyat Palestin dan para jemaah yang beribadah di Masjid Al-Aqsa pada 7 Mei 2021.

 

Perbuatan zalim tersebut bukan sahaja perlu dikecam sekeras-kerasnya malah Kerajaan Israel mesti dipertanggungjawabkan ke atas pelanggaran hak asasi manusia serta undang-undang antarabangsa. Ramai rakyat Palestin yang tercedera dalam serangan tersebut. Pencerobohan di Masjid Al-Aqsa yang disasarkan terhadap para jemaah yang sedang menunaikan solat di hari -hari terakhir Ramadan merupakan satu bentuk penghinaan terhadap umat Islam dan nilai kemanusiaan.

 

Malaysia turut mengecam sekeras-kerasnya pengusiran secara paksa rakyat Palestin daripada kediaman mereka termasuk yang berada di kejiranan Sheikh Jarrah di Baitul Maqdis.

 

Malaysia menyeru masyarakat antarabangsa untuk bertindak segera dan tegas menentang kezaliman terbaru Israel ini.

 

Malaysia sentiasa memberikan sokongan padu kepada rakyat Palestin dan perjuangan mereka dalam mencapai kebebasan mutlak daripada penjajahan haram Israel, ke arah pembentukan sebuah negara Palestin yang merdeka dan berdaulat berdasarkan garis sempadan pra-1967, dengan Baitul Maqdis (East Jerusalem) sebagai ibukota Palestin.

 

 

YB DATO' SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN

MENTERI LUAR NEGERI

 

8 MEI 2021


MISI REPATRIASI RAKYAT MALAYSIA DI WILAYAH UTARA DAN BARAT INDIA KE TANAH AIR

MISI REPATRIASI RAKYAT MALAYSIA DI WILAYAH UTARA DAN BARAT INDIA

KE TANAH AIR

 

Saya ingin memaklumkan, susulan situasi gelombang kedua penularan pandemik COVID-19 di India ketika ini berada pada tahap yang amat membimbangkan, Kerajaan Malaysia melalui kerjasama antara Kementerian Luar Negeri, Agensi Pengurusan Bencana Negara (NADMA) dan Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) akan melaksanakan misi repatriasi khusus bagi rakyat Malaysia termasuk Home Based Staff (HBS) serta tanggungan mereka daripada pelbagai agensi yang berada di wilayah utara dan barat India.

 

Misi repatriasi ini akan dilaksanakan menggunakan pesawat sewaan khas dari Malaysia. Pesawat tersebut akan berlepas ke New Delhi dan

Mumbai, India dalam masa terdekat sebaik sahaja urusan berkaitan termasuk kelulusan penerbangan daripada Kerajaan India diperolehi.

 

Penting untuk saya tegaskan, keputusan untuk melaksanakan misi repatriasi ini dibuat secara bersama melibatkan pelbagai agensi. Malah,

keputusan ini turut mengambil kira maklumat hasil pemerhatian dan analisa yang dibuat oleh pejabat-pejabat Perwakilan Malaysia di India.

 

Rakyat Malaysia yang dibawa pulang menerusi misi ini diwajibkan menjalani ujian COVID-19 sebelum berlepas dan sebaik tiba. Selain itu,

mereka juga wajib menjalani kuarantin selama 14 hari di pusat kuarantin yang ditetapkan oleh kerajaan.

 

Misi repatriasi kali ini tidak melibatkan wilayah selatan dan timur India memandangkan situasi di wilayah-wilayah berkenaan masih terkawal.

Kementerian Luar Negeri melalui Konsulat Jeneral Malaysia di Chennai akan terus memantau situasi di wilayah-wilayah berkenaan dan

membuat penilaian berterusan bagi memastikan keselamatan serta kebajikan rakyat Malaysia di sana terus dijaga.

 

Sehubungan itu, rakyat Malaysia di wilayah-wilayah utara dan barat India yang berhasrat untuk menyertai misi repatriasi ini dinasihatkan untuk

mendaftar dengan Suruhanjaya Tinggi Malaysia di New Delhi dan Konsulat Jeneral Malaysia di Mumbai melalui e-mel seperti di bawah,

selewat-lewatnya pada hari Jumaat, 7 Mei 2021 jam 5 petang waktu India.

 

 

Suruhanjaya Tinggi Malaysia di New Delhi dan Konsulat Jeneral Malaysia di Mumbai boleh dihubungi seperti di butiran berikut:

 

Suruhanjaya Tinggi Malaysia, New Delhi

50-M, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri

New Delhi, India

Telefon: +91-11-2415 9311 / +91-85-9555-0594

E-mel: mwdelhi@kln.gov.my

 

Konsulat Jeneral Malaysia, Mumbai

5th Floor, Notan Classic Building,

24th Road, Off Turner Road

Bandra (W), Mumbai

Maharastra, India

Telefon: +91 22 2645 5751/5752

E-mel: mwmumbai@kln.gov.my

 

Saya juga ingin mengingatkan agar semua rakyat Malaysia di India khususnya di wilayah utara dan barat sentiasa berhubung dengan

Suruhanjaya Tinggi Malaysia di New Delhi dan Konsulat Jeneral Malaysia di Mumbai bagi mendapatkan maklumat terkini berkaitan misi ini

ataupun bagi mendapatkan sebarang bantuan konsular.

 

Misi repatriasi ini merupakan usaha dan komitmen berterusan Kerajaan Malaysia dalam memastikan keselamatan dan kebajikan rakyat Malaysia

di luar negara sentiasa dilindungi. Misi yang sama pernah dilaksanakan oleh Kerajaan Malaysia semasa penularan pandemik COVID-19 pada

tahun 2020 melibatkan misi repatriasi dari Wuhan (China), Iran dan Itali. Semoga misi ini dipermudahkan.

 

 

 

YB DATO' SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN MENTERI LUAR NEGERI

6 MEI 2021


JOINT STATEMENT DR VIVIAN BALAKRISHNAN MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE AND DATO’ SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MALAYSIA

JOINT STATEMENT

 

DR VIVIAN BALAKRISHNAN

MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS

OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE

AND

DATO’ SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

OF MALAYSIA

 

  1. Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Singapore Dr Vivian Balakrishnan and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Hussein met in Singapore on 2 May 2021.
  1. The two Ministers expressed satisfaction that despite the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, bilateral relations and cooperation remained intact and strong, as demonstrated by the uninterrupted movement of goods between both countries.
  1. The two Ministers also had constructive discussions on strengthening bilateral cooperation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. They agreed to work towards the resumption of essential cross-border travel in a gradual and safe manner.
  1. To this end, the two Ministers agreed on the Procedures and Entry Requirements for Death and Critically Ill Emergency Visits between Singapore and Malaysia. This agreement provides a framework to facilitate travel between the two countries for compassionate and emergency reasons. Details of the procedures and entry requirements will be released by the respective authorities of each country, namely the Department of Immigration of Malaysia and the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore. The arrangement will be implemented from 17 May 2021 onwards.
  1. The two Ministers also welcomed the agreement reached by the Singapore Smart Nation and Digital Government Office and the Malaysian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation on the mutual technical verification of health certificates issued in Singapore and Malaysia.
  1. The two Ministers agreed that Singapore and Malaysia would continue to make progress on their respective national vaccination programmes to vaccinate long-term residents, including Malaysians residing in Singapore, and Singaporeans residing in Malaysia.
  1. The two Ministers agreed to continue discussions on further border re-opening measures, which should be premised on the COVID-19 situation in both countries, and the health and safety of both peoples.
  1. The two Ministers welcomed the resumption of in-person official exchanges between both sides, following Minister Balakrishnan’s visit to Kuala Lumpur in March 2021 and Minister Hishammuddin’s visit to Singapore in May 2021. The two Ministers agreed on the importance of convening the 10th  Singapore-Malaysia Leaders’ Retreat in Singapore later this year, once the pandemic situation improves.
  1. Following the ASEAN Leaders’ Meeting in Jakarta on 24 April 2021, the two Ministers discussed the recent developments in Myanmar and agreed that it was important for ASEAN and its Member States to continue playing a positive and constructive role in facilitating a durable and peaceful solution in the interest of the people of Myanmar by following up on the Chairman’s Statement and the 'Five-Point Consensus'.

 

 

 

SINGAPORE

2 MAY 2021


WORKING VISIT OF YB DATO’ SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MALAYSIA TO THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE 1 – 2 MAY 2021

WORKING VISIT OF

YB DATO’ SERI HISHAMMUDDIN TUN HUSSEIN, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MALAYSIA

TO THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE 1 – 2 MAY 2021

 

 

Foreign Minister, Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein will undertake a working visit to Singapore from 1 to 2 May 2021. Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin will be accompanied by officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

The visit is at the invitation of Minister for Foreign Affairs of Singapore, Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, and to reciprocate his recent working visit to Malaysia. It will be Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin’s first working visit to Singapore as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia.

 

Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin is also scheduled to call on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong as well as Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Teo Chee Hean during the visit.

 

Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin and Dr. Balakrishnan will discuss issues of common interest including initiatives to further develop mutually beneficial collaboration, focusin g on the post-pandemic cooperation. The two Foreign Ministers will also be exchanging views on regional and international issues of mutual concern.

 

The visit will be conducted in full compliance with the strict health and safety protocols put in place by the Government of Singapore and Malaysia.

 

 

PUTRAJAYA

1 MAY 2021