MILAN, Oct 18 – A double tragedy that befell Malaysia Airlines (MAS) following the loss of MAS Flight MH370 and MH17 plane crash as well as Malaysia’s stand on the incident is shared between the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak on the stage of the Asia-Europe Summit (ASEM) 10th here.
Najib also had the opportunity to express our appreciation to the countries that lend support to Malaysia’s non-permanent seats in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) when making interventions in the ASEM other issues affecting the group Islamic State (IS). Malaysia received 187 votes of the 192 UN member states to sit for one of the non-permanent UNSC seat. When to intervene in the trial, Najib said Malaysia would also together with other countries to take action deemed fit for combat IS.
“I would also say that military action alone can not provide a complete solution, but we must also understand and combat the ideology of understanding associated with this group. “We must also explain the meaning of Islam and Malaysia pioneered the concept of simplicity that is associated with the principles of balance,” he told reporters on his last day here on Friday to attend the ASEM meeting and related meetings before returning to his homeland.
More than 50 leaders from Asia and Europe gathered in Italy to attend the ASEM Summit for two days to discuss important issues in the conference, themed “Sharing Responsibility for Security and Sustainable Growth ‘. In the settlement ASEM leaders, Najib said many issues were discussed openly among related threat of terrorism, extremism, IS and things to do European countries and Asia thereon.
“Issues in Ukraine and the issue of maritime disputes in the South China Sea are also among those discussed in the settlement,” he said. In addition to attending meetings and forums on ASEM, Najib also attended a series of meetings and bilateral meetings with leaders attending ASEM them from Norway, Germany, Slovenia, Sweden and Hungary.
He said the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, in their meeting offers scholarships to approximately 40 to 50 Malaysian students to study in other countries will inform reopen embassy in Kuala Lumpur early next year after being closed for a while. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Prime Minister of Slovenia, Mirolav Cerar Najib was invited for an official visit to their country.