Malaysian senator visited Kazakhstan to revitalize inter-parliamentary dialogue

Nur Jazlan Mohamed, deputy president of the Senate of the Malaysian Parliament, visited Kazakhstan this week to foster inter-parliamentary dialogue with Kazakhstan, a month since Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim made his inaugural visit to the Central Asian nation.

In May, Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim met with President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and attended a business roundtable, resulting in agreements and memorandums exceeding $350 million. According to the Kazakh government, there are 48 Malaysian-funded companies operating in Kazakhstan and 17 joint investment projects worth over $410 million are currently underway.

“I think that is why our prime minister decided to make a visit to Kazakhstan to strengthen the relationship between the two countries in terms of the executive [level]. One month later, I am here at his behest to strengthen the inter-parliamentary relationship between the two countries,” he added. (Source:astanatimes)


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