Diplomats call on Masing

KUCHING: Datuk Kennedy Jawan, Malaysia’s ambassador to Japan, and Ismail Salam, Malaysia’s ambassador to Brunei, paid a courtesy call on Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Datuk Dr James Jemut Masing at his residence yesterday.

While discussing diplomatic issues, Masing also presented a Sarawak Report to them.

Masing (second right) with the ambassadors, Kennedy (right) and Ismail (second left)during the courtesy call.

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