MALAYSIA-INDONESIA DISPUTE. TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN PUTRA AL-HAJ BRIEFING HEADS OF MALAYSIAN HIGH COMMISSIONS AND EMBASSIES, KUALA LUMPUR - 17.3.1964
DocumentDescription: Heads of Malaysian High Commissions and Embassies abroad were briefed this morning (March 17,1964) on the latest developments in the Malaysia-Indonesia dispute by the Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, at the Residency, Kuala Lumpur. Also present were senior officers of the ministry of External Affairs and the Malaysian Secretariat. Picture shows the Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj (fourth from right, facing camera) addressing the meeting. Right to left (facing camera) are Tengku Ngah Mohamed (Deputy secretary, Ministry of External affairs); Dato S.C.McIntyre (High Commissioner in India); Encik Bahadun bin Haji Hassan (Ambassador in Burma); Prime Minister ; Encik Zaiton Ibrahim (former Ambassador in Manila); Encik Ali Abdullah (Assistant Secretary (Consular), Ministry of External Affairs); and Encik K.T. Ratnam (1st Secretary, Malaysian Embassy in Seoul) Right to left (back towards camera) : Encik Mohamed bin Baba (Ambassador in Pakistan); Dato Syed Sheh bin Syed Abdullah Shahabuddin (Ambassador in Tokyo); Tun Lim Yew hock (High Commissioner in australia); Dato Mohamed Ismail bin Mohd Yusof (Ambassador -designate to the Republic of Korea); Dato Haji Kamaruddin bin Haji Idris (Ambassador-designate to Saudi Arabia); and Encik Ahmad Zainal Abidin (Charge d'Affaires to Republic of Vietnam).