Asean will continue to be a key plank of Malaysia's foreign policy under the new administration, Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah told The Straits Times in an interview yesterday.
He also said Kuala Lumpur will not make major shifts from its "fundamental principles of non-alignment, non-interference" and not supporting unilateral acts of aggression.
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