Lahad Datu case to end in 72 hours
The Philippine government has sent out a ship to bring home a group of 180 members, including 30 armed members who guard in Lahad Datu, Sabah since 12 of February.
Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Philippines said in a statement that the notification of the delivery ship was delivered to the Embassy of Malaysia in Manila, Saturday.
Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. del Rosario said in a statement that urges the soldiers to return to home :
“At the same time we are working on resolving the key issues that they raised. Please do this for your own safety.”
Lahad Datu case will end very soon
The soldiers has remained in the village for two weeks long, and on 22 of February, all must leave Malaysia.
However, the deadline has been extended to 48 hours, because of the Philippine government apply for a four days extension to try to persuade the group to cancel their stand and leave the country.
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