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Leader Prime Minister Najib Razak[1]

Malaysia was a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia. Its borders are shared with Thailand, Indonesia, and Brunei, and maritime borders exist with Singapore, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

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Malaysia developed a friendly relationship with the Greater Korean Republic, especially during the Korean occupation of Japan in 2018, when Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak supported the occupation along with Iranian Cleric Ahmad Jannati, and contributed two elite Renjer battalions for counterinsurgency operations in Japan.[1] Malaysia remained one of the few nations that continued to support the occupation and dissented to the U.N. condemnation of the GKR's human rights abuse in Japan.[2]

By April 2021, Malaysia became the fifth country to join the Korea's economic and military union, after Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand, doing so willingly, and in a flag-raising ceremony that included the national anthem of Malaysia and a signing ceremony, followed by a lavish banquet.[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 International reactions to Korean occupation of Japan differ
  2. UN condemns North Korean occupation of Japan
  3. Greater Korean Republic Grows