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Australia urged engage its Asia Pacific region partners to address Aukus nuclear-powered submarine concerns

PETALING JAYA: Australia should address concerns following its development of nuclear-powered submarines that it is trying to acquire via Aukus, its new trilateral partnership with the United Kingdom and the United States, says Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

During a courtesy video conference to Dr Wee by the High Commissioner of Australia to Malaysia Dr Justin Lee, Dr Wee said that perceptions of these submarines’ capabilities must be deftly addressed so that Aukus does not cause further shocks to the current relations in the Asia-Pacific.

During their conversation, Dr Wee had also reiterated Malaysia’s impartiality within Asean’s Zone of Peace, Freedom, and Neutrality and commitment to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of

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Preserve and defend diversity, says Dr Wee in conjunction with Malaysia Day

PETALING JAYA: Diversity is an important national treasure that must be preserved and defended, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

In conjunction with Malaysia Day, the Transport Minister said that unity in diversity has long been a part of a harmonious society in Malaysia.

“The characteristic of diversity is an important treasure of Malaysia that we need to preserve and defend together.

“Unity in diversity has been a harmonious element of our society for a long time.

“Our loyalty to Malaysia remains strong regardless of race, religion and where we are. We all live in an inclusive Keluarga Malaysia,” he said in a Facebook post on Thursday (Sept 16).

Dr Wee was on a working visit to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and kli

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