Officer Handcuffs admit RI, Malaysia Reject But Apologize

Padang Malaysian government has acknowledged that three police officers handcuffed a royal Malaysian Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Riau Islands during detained in their country when he was arrested last August 13. However, it confirmed their countries will not apologize for their treatment of that kind.

"Why should we apologize. When someone in the land of Malaysia, he must obey and respect our laws. He obey the law and we honor," said Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Aman Anifah reported as one of the Malaysian media, The Star, Friday ( 27/08/2010).

Malaysian, said Datuk Seri Anifah Aman, will not be demanding an apology from the Indonesian government over the incident throwing human excrement at a protest to the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta, two days ago. However, the government of Indonesia asked to take firm action part of a group of protesters who burn flags and spit in Malaysia.

Although Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, said Datuk Seri Aman Anifah disappointed over the incident which he sebuat threaten national sovereignty.

Najib Tun Razak suggested that there are no similar actions such as burning flags and demonstrating in front of the Indonesian Embassy in Malaysia. "The government is asking the public to be patient so that problems can be solved peacefully," he said.


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