8 February 2016, Malé – Ref: 69/2016

H. E. Mr. Masakazu Hamachi, Parliamentary Vice – Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan called on H.E. Ms. Dunya Maumoon, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Maldives today.

25 January 2016, Ref: 42/2016;

  • Nasheed has politicised medical leave trip to UK
  • Multiple engagements show former President has been ‘disingenuous at best and misleading at worst’ about his medical condition
  • Despite claiming to represent freedom of speech, Nasheed’s American PR media team are vetting attendees for a London press conference on Monday to remove critical voices – including refusal to accept a High Commission official

21 January 2016, Jeddah, Ref: 39/2015



بســم اللّـه الرّحمـن الرّحيــم

 In the name of Allah, the most beneficent, the most merciful

Peace be upon our prophet Mohamed Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam, his family and his companions

 

Mr. Chairman, Mr. Secretary General, Excellencies

AssalamAlaikum Warahmathullahi Wabarakathuh,

18 January 2016, Ref:29/2016

“The Government of the Republic of Maldives notes its disappointment that former President Mohamed Nasheed has refused to sign the standard guarantee document agreeing to return to the Maldives, to serve the remainder of his sentence following the completion of the medical treatment in the United Kingdom. The Government further notes its disappointment that the former President is requesting unconditional leave and to remain in the UK. The former President is a serving prisoner and must abide by the laws of the Maldives. An appeal against his conviction is pending before the Supreme Court and unless and until the court rules otherwise he is required to serve the remainder of his sentence.

18 January 2016, Ref: 32/2016

Attorney General H E. Mohamed Anil arrived Geneva yesterday to attend the Maldives’ review under the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) scheduled to take place on 19 January 2016.