Thursday, December 2, 2010

Wikileaks - Malaysia: Demarche Document Sent But NFA

So far 553 documents have been released in Wikileaks and another two have Malaysia connected into it.

The first one mentions of ex-Pakistan president Musharaff telling Sen. John McCain not to have the US forces pull out of Iraq while it mentions Pakistan, Indonesia and Malaysia had agreed to form a united voice to promote regional peace.

Not very significant here.

The second one mentions of a demarche on US-EU prisoners of conscience declaration. It was written at the end of April 2008. Originated from the KL embassy, it was sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) Multilateral Political Affairs directorate to a specific person by the name of  Adi Mohammed, but with no reply.

(SBU) Poloff delivered reftel demarche and nonpaper to Adi Mohammed of the of the MFA Multilateral Political Affairs directorate on April 21 and urged that Malaysia cosponsor the declaration. Mohammed promised to review the issue with the relevant MFA officials but to date we have been unable to elicit any further response from MFA.

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