KOTA KINABALU: Five Malaysia Chief Representatives who will carry out their ambassadorial duties have received their Key Perfomance Indicator (KPI) certificates and letters of appointment from the Foreign Minister, Datuk Seri Anifah Aman.
They are Datuk Ramlan Ibrahim, who is a Malaysia Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN) in New York, Datuk Zulkifli Adnan (German), Datuk Adnan Othman (Austria – Permanent Representative to UN in Vienna, Austria), Ahmad Rozian Abd Ghani (Kuwait), and Mohamad Nizam Mohamad (North Korea).
Anifah said all the elected diplomats have the qualifications and experiences to handle the current global issues.
“They are elected based on their vast experiences in global issues, and we expect them to give their best performance as the image of the ministry depends on how well they are carrying out their duties in other countries,” he said.
According to him, in his five years of holding the office of Foreign Ministry, he is proud to be able to work with the members of the ministry including ambassadors, high commissioners, and consul-generals who represent Malaysia.
“In the bilateral discussions with my counterparts in several countries I have visited, they are satisfied and praised the cooperation of our ambassadors and high commissioners.
“I hope for this excellent performance to continue and strengthened,” he added. – SayangSabah