Malaysia meets Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates to discuss key bilateral issues and collaboration

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PETALING JAYA: Senior Minister and International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali (pic) is leaving for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday (April 26).

He will be meeting top officials and senior ministers in both countries to discuss key bilateral issues and collaboration in areas of mutual interest, including bilateral and regional economic cooperation, finance and post-pandemic economic recovery measures

The Malaysian delegates headed by Azmin will be also witnessing signings and holding business meetings with prominent Saudi and Emirati companies and trading partners.

The International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) today said in a statement, this trading business trip is to promote business opportunities and strategic partnerships between Malaysia and the Arab countries.

“The mission is aimed at keeping up the momentum of economic relations between Malaysia and both nations, following the official visit of Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to Saudi Arabia and the UAE in March.

“The mission is expected to reinforce the value proposition of Malaysia as a preferred investment destination and trading partner by boosting the confidence of the business communities in both countries.

“Both these countries are among the most important trading and investment partners in West Asia and Malaysia hopes to elevate this deeply-rooted partnership to a more strategic level in the sphere of quality investments and diversified trade,” Miti said.

-Malaysia World News/Today Mail

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