Indonesia to Wait Consular Access for Siti Aisyah

Sonya Michaella    •    22 Februari 2017 18:16 WIB
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Indonesia to Wait Consular Access for Siti Aisyah
Foreign Ministry citizen protection director Lalu Muhammad Iqbal (Photo: Metrotvnews)

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Indonesia will respect the investigation in connection with the murder of the brother of North Korean leader.

Kim Jong-Nam was dead in Malaysia on February 13. He was allegedly killed with poison by two women.

Malaysian police caught an Indonesian women on February 16. They identified the Indonesian woman as Siti Aisyah.

Malaysian police also caught a Vietnamese woman, a Malaysian man and a North Korean man.

"We will wait consular access for Siti Aisyah," Foreign Ministry citizen protection director Lalu Muhammad Iqbal said in Jakarta on Wednesday.

Malaysian police are still investigating the case. They are still gathering the evidence.

"It is too early to make any conclusion," Iqbal mentioned.

 


(WAH)