Indonesia, Malaysia to start work on travel corridor

Workers walk at the international arrivals area during the opening of Ngurah Rai International airport in Bali, on Oct 14, 2021.
PHOTO: Reuters

JAKARTA (REUTERS) - Indonesia and Malaysia will start a travel corridor between the two nations and finalise maritime borders in accordance with international law, Indonesia's foreign minister said on Monday (Oct 18) after a meeting with her Malaysian counterpart.

Retno Marsudi also said South-east Asian countries would continue to offer Myanmar humanitarian help, despite the lack of cooperation by its ruling military in committing to a peace roadmap.

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