Indonesia’s vice president to skip Kuala Lumpur summit

Ma'ruf Amin drops his trip because of medical issues, foreign minister to go to occasion representing him

Indonesia’s VP dropped his booked visit to Malaysia to go to the Kuala Lumpur summit, because of medical issues, officials said on Wednesday.

“The group of specialists closed [Vice President] Ma’ruf Amin must take a rest,” his representative Masduki Baidowi told. foreign Minister Retno Marsudi will go to the occasion to represent the VP and the Indonesian government, Baidowi included.

Early December, in a restrictive meeting with Anadolu Agency, Amin said he couldn’t finish up whether the KL Summit will reinforce the Organization of Islamic Cooperation or structure another body that gives new qualities to fortify and enable Islamic nations.

The summit will have pioneers of the Muslim world between Dec. 18-21 to talk about different issues from autonomy to advancement, organization, character, and culture, equity and opportunity.–Hadisa Ali

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