Malaysia is a fortunate country as its economy has grown fast along with peacefulness and political stability , says PM Anwar

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is considered as a fortunate country as its economy has grown fast along with peacefulness and political stability.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said Malaysia is in a much better situation compared to other countries that are still encountering political turmoil and critical economic situations.

“However I have stressed that we still need to learn from past experiences and weaknesses that are related to systematic bribery culture and the gap between the poor and the filthy rich is still widening.

“These weaknesses are the factors that have encouraged the MADANI government to focus fully on the efforts to improve governance and fiscal responsibilities to ensure the people could enjoy continuous happiness and better living quality.

“In the presence of the world political and business leaders, I have shared the Malaysian foreign strategic policies that have succeeded the country in building good relations and stabilizing the big world economic influence between the United States and China via smart approaches.”

The prine minister said that as a panelist on the first day of the Special Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia starting today until 29th April 2024.

According to the prime minister, at the opening of the Pleno Session titled “New vision for a global development”, he had extended his gratitude and appreciation to Saudi Arabia government for hosting the important meeting in the midst of the regional geopolitical tensions.

“Saudi Arabia is continuously getting the global attention when it started to move and leading the developmental aspects, globalisation, digital transformation and energy transfer,” Anwar said.

The prime minister also emphasized that even though Malaysia welcomes investments, but it will not give up with the strong principles and stance related to the global geopolitical issues.

“Malaysia will not bow down to provocations, terms and conditions and pressures due to the trade agreements solely,” he said. – Malaysia World News

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