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Malaysian flag Embassy of Malaysia in Bucharest

AddressNo.11, Drobeta Street
020521, Sector 2
București (Bucharest)
Romania
Phonelocal: (021) 211.3801
international: +40.21.211.3801
Faxlocal: (021) 210.0270
international: +40.21.210.0270
Emailmalbcharest@kln.gov.my
Web sitehttp://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/bucharest
HoursMonday - Friday
8.30 am to 4.30 pm

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Yusaini bin Musa
Sun, 25 Nov 2012 11:26 EST
Staying in Timisoara
FYI,
I am from Alor Star Continental Tire Division will stay in Timisoara Continental Automotive Product SRL, Tire Division, Avram Imbroane 9, 300129 as mgmt training purpose.
26 Nov till 25 Dec 2012.
My contact number 012 4149700 and 012 4920089.
Plan to visit the embassy if possible.
petrov
Sat, 6 Oct 2012 05:04 EDT
visa
People of Moldova living in Russia with Russian pasaprot need visa to go to Malaysia?
Elena Tudor
Sat, 6 Oct 2012 04:10 EDT
MD, PhD, associate professor
Hello

I am Elena Tudor and please help me
I planning to attend the conference - 43rd Union World Conference on Lung Health will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 13-17 November 2012. I am a Romanian citizen (050,099,630 series issued 12.apr 2010, Bucharest) R residing in Moldova, Chisinau.
Question - I need visa to go to this conference or not?

Thank you
With wishes for health
Elena Tudor
muhammad faisal iqbal
Wed, 12 Sep 2012 07:50 EDT
info..
ASSALAMOALIKUM,
we need vissa information for malaysia.i'm from pakistan and my wife is indian but we have romanian refugee passports since 2003.i've 2 kids, one is 8 years old and other one 3 years.plz inform me what we need to apply for visit vissa as we heared a lot about malaysia.
anamfaisal26@yahoo.com

0768015883.
reagrds,faisal.
Teodora Gheorghe
Fri, 17 Aug 2012 09:28 EDT
Dear Ambassador
Dear Ambassador,
Dr. Abd. Aziz Jamaluddin,
Director of the Department of Veterinary Services

I read about the recent heartless attack on a dog named Kanilla in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. Malaysians are very outraged and they want their government to know about it!
A video recently posted on YouTube shows a group of men, believed to be students at Malaysia’s Multimedia University, killing Kanilla by forcibly throwing her down a manhole.
The video, which has since been removed, also apparently shows the men running away laughing after the event.
Still photographs taken from the video show the petrified dog spread eagling herself across the opening of the manhole in a desperate attempt to prevent the men from forcing her into it—but her struggles were no match for her ruthless murderers.
Kanilla’s abusers had offered to care for the 6-month-old puppy while her owner was on vacation. Upon his return, her distraught owner was shown the video, and with the help of the Selangor Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,
he immediately lodged a report at the Cyberjaya Police Station.
Since then, angry animal lovers across Malaysia have been encouraged to contact their local police station and report the incident to show the authorities that this type of animal abuse is simply not acceptable.
Lawyer C. H Tan, who lodged his report at the Bukit Jelutong police station on Wednesday evening with three others, said he was livid over what had happened.
"When I see acts of cruelty perpetrated against animals, I feel a dire and almost desperate need for justice to be dispensed against the perpetrators.Even worse was that the entirety of the deranged act was captured on video as some sick memorial.
The Malaysian government is currently considering the introduction of new animal welfare legislation that would offer animals greater protection from neglect and abuse.
Although this legislation will come too late to save Kanilla, it could at least ensure that her attackers are punished appropriately for their heinous crime.
Make sure they do time and pay for what they did to this, this innocent dog this did nothing wrong.
I read that the Malaysian laws against cruelty to animals is very wimpy, and as a result 99% of the cases are “not worth the effort” to prosecute perpetrators.
The law is a maximum fine of RM200 (approx US$65) and/or 6 months jail time, and so far only one person was jailed 2 days!!
It is very important for Malaysia to implement these new animal welfare laws and to prosecute the abusers of Kanilla appropriately.
Nobody can remain silent when an animal is being abused!
Thank you for your time and attention,
Sincerely
Teodora Gheorghe & Romania

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