Malaysia

Tribute to the commander in Chief at the Cuban embassy in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, December 4th - The ambassadors of Ecuador, Namibia, South Africa, Venezuela and Viet Nam went to the Cuban embassy to pay their last tribute to the Commander-in-Chief, Fidel Castro

The ambassadors reiterated their condolences and explained the significance of the leader of the Revolution for the achievement of the independence of their countries and the improvement of social indicators that contributed to dignify their peoples.

Malaysian minister of foreign affairs signs the book of condolences at the Cuban Embassy

Kuala Lumpur, December 3rd - Malaysian Foreign Minister Dato Sri Anifah Aman came to the Cuban Embassy to sign the book of condolences on the death of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro.

On behalf of the government, Anifah conveyed the condolences to the people, government of Cuba and relatives of late former Cuban president and highlighted the work done by Comrade Fidel to strengthen the ties between Cuba and Malaysia. He reaffirmed that his legacy will never be forgotten in this country.

Former Prime Minister of MalaysiaSigns book of condolences

Kuala Lumpur, December 3rd- Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad, signed the condolence book at the Cuban embassy for the death of the Commander-in-Chief.

In the exchange he held with the ambassador, Ibete Fernández, requested to convey to President Raul Castro the message of condolences he wrote in some days ago after hearing the sad news.

Minister in the office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia translates his condolences

Kuala Lumpur, December 3rd - The minister in Prime Minister's office, YB Nancy Shukri, signed the book of condolences at the Cuban embassy on the death of Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro.

Minister Shukri stressed in the message expressed that the legacy of the Cuban leader will maintain its validity not only in Cuba but in the world.

Malacca Governor pays homage to comrade Fidel Castro

Kuala Lumpur, November 28 - Tun Khalil Yaakob, Governor of the state of Malacca, signed the book of condolences opened at the Cuban embassy on the occasion of the physical disappearance of the leader of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz.

At the conclusion of the signing, Governor Khalil reiterated to Cuban ambassador IbeteFernández his admiration for him and recalled his meetings with Fidel on the occasion of his official visit to Malaysia in 2001 and again in Havana when he travelled to Cuba as part of a Malaysian official delegation.

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