M'sia to Indonesia: Not protest letter, but offer of help to fight forest fires
JAKARTA (Bernama): Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problem, but is offering assistance in tackling the forest fires in several provinces in the republic.
She also reportedly wrote a letter to Zainal Abidin seeking clarification on the matter.
Meanwhile, Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said he had yet to receive any protest letter from Malaysia on the matter.
More than 6,000 firefighters, also assisted by police and military personnel, have been deployed to put out the fire in several areas in Riau, Jambi, Pekanbaru and Kalimantan. – BernamaRead more: The Star
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