The multibillion-dollar deal reached in Sept last year was heralded as a key component of the new strategic partnership of Australia, the UK and the US.
Millions suffered in sweltering heat as most areas were left without electricity for up to eight hours from 2:00pm.
The envoy also said that the financial situation of the UN remains worrying, despite repeated calls by most member states.
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi also directed state liaison chiefs to submit names of potential candidates within the next few days.
The leaks raised concerns about the security arrangements at the PM House, which is otherwise considered a highly secure place.
The recent spate of blistering criticisms came after South Korea and the US conducted large-scale combined naval drills in the East Sea operational area.
Indonesian Military (TNI) commander Gen. Andika Perkasa also pledged that an internal team was looking into the identity of soldiers engaged in the violent acts.
Just days after the Umno supreme council decided that Parliament must be dissolved this year, the Prime Minister will be at a special meeting with Umno division leaders.
The prime minister refused to inaugurate the event and remained seated as he outlined his objection with the dashboard that it was not being updated in real-time.
The minister also said that "regardless of their intention, provocations are never ideal for the peace on the Korean Peninsula."