Malaysian FM to attend ASEAN meetings in Hanoi

19:12, July 19, 2010      

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Malaysian Foreign Affairs Minister Anifah Aman will lead the Malaysian delegation to attend the 43rd ASEAN Ministerial Meeting (AMM), Post Ministerial Conferences (PMC) and 17th ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) in Hanoi, Vietnam from July 19 to 23.

Preceded by several other important meetings, Malaysian Foreign Affairs Ministry said in a statement in Kuala Lumpur on Monday that the 43rd AMM will focus on measures to speed up the creation of an ASEAN community by 2015.

The ministers will also discuss ways to expand cooperation within ASEAN and its partners as well as increase the effectiveness of regional forums, said the ministry.

The ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting, as well as the Fourth Meeting of ASEAN Political and Security Council will be held prior to the 43rd AMM.

The ministry said the ASEAN Foreign Ministers were also scheduled to attend the ASEAN Plus Three (China, Japan, South Korea) Foreign Ministers' Meeting, East Asia Summit Foreign Ministers' Informal Consultations, and the Post Ministerial Conferences with ASEAN dialogue partners.

Source: Xinhua


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