Ministry of Foreign Affairs

SG BASED COMPANY ACCUSED OF WORKING WITH NORTH KOREA

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said that it would study a report linking locally based company Glocm, a military equipment company, to North Korea and "take the necessary steps to ensure that Singapore is in compliance with the UN Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs) on the DPRK".

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MALAYSIA WILL "STUDY" OPTION TO HAUL SG TO ICJ OVER DEATH ROW INMATE

According to anti-death penalty activist Ravi M, Malaysia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has assured his team of lawyers and activists that it would study the possibility of bringing Singapore to the International Court of Justice over the case of Prabagaran Srivijayan, a drug smuggler of Malaysian origin who was caught in Singapore.

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MFA TRAVEL ADVISORY: RECONSIDER NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL TO ANKARA & ISTANBUL

Given these developments, Singaporeans should reconsider the need for non-essential travel to Ankara and Istanbul at this point in time. Singaporeans are further advised to avoid travel to the border regions between Turkey and Syria due to the unpredictable security situation associated with the ongoing conflict in Syria.

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SHANMUGAM HAS CHANGE OF HEART, NO LONGER SUING NETIZEN

Law and Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam has told reporters today that he has changed his mind about filing a police report against a netizen, Sangeetha Thanapal, on Facebook, who left some “inaccurate and seditious” comments in response to the law minister's remarks about the Malaysian education system.

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MFA: SINGAPOREANS RESIDING NEAR TIANJIN BLAST ARE SAFE & SOUND

According to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), no Singaporeans were reported to have sustained any heavy injuries following the massive explosions that struck the northeastern Chinese port city of Tianjin yesterday night. Official reports maintain that 17 people have died from the blast, while 400 more were hospitalized.

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