KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Minister Hishammuddin Hussein today said his ministry will have no trouble working with China or other countries to bring back the Low Taek Jho fugitive once his location is identified.
However, he said if Low, generally known as Jho Low, was in China, it was not known.
“There is no reason why we can’t help bring him back to justice if the police inform Wisma Putra of his location,” Hishammuddin told Dewan Rakyat.
Moreover, he answered a question from RSN Rayer (PH-Jelutong). The questions includes what action had been taken in the 1MDB scandal to locate Low, the suspected mastermind.
In August, Police Inspector-General Abdul Hamid Bador said the Macau authorities should take note of the red notice provided by Interpol to locate and arrest Low, who was suspected to have been there at that time.
He said Low was discovered in Macau to have conducted many business transactions.
Hamid was quoted as saying. “We sent our officers to Macau to meet the authorities there and ask for their cooperation”. However, they were not cooperative.
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