Malaysia softens on Kashmir issue after India limits palm oil imports

17 Oct 2019 06:39 PM

Malaysia softens on Kashmir issue after India limits palm oil imports

Updated 17 Oct 2019 06:39 PM

India is shunning purchases from Malaysia after the Southeast Asian nation's Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad stood with Pakistan at United Nation on Kashmir issue.
According to Reuters, India is looking for ways to limit palm oil imports and other goods from Malaysia, in retaliation to Mr Mahathir's speech at the United Nations in September when he said India had "invaded and occupied" Jammu and Kashmir.

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