The Ministry of Foreign Affairs today publicly expressed its support of the corruption prevention effort by signing the Corruption Free-Pledge in Wisma Putra, Putrajaya.

The signing and pledging ceremony was led by the Secretary-General, Dato’ Seri Ramlan Ibrahim, and witnessed by the Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operations) of the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commissioner, Dato’ Azam Baki, and officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The pledge is aimed at motivating the officials and staff of the Ministry to continue serving with integrity, trustworthiness and accountability for the benefit of the rakyat.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia

Related Post
PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA The newspaper widely considered the last independent media voice in Cambodia has
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA � Malaysia's former authoritarian leader Mahathir Mohamad wasn't invited to the forum
SINGAPORE, A wastewater treatment demonstration plant in Ulu Pandan that began operating only last year