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PM Ismail: Malaysia, Japan agree to more comprehensive ties, continue with Look East Policy

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Malaysia and Japan have agreed to upgrade bilateral relations to a more comprehensive level. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Tokyo. Both leaders agreed to step up cooperation in the economy, trade and investment.
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PM Ismail: Malaysia, Japan agree to more comprehensive ties, continue with Look East Policy

TOKYO, May 28 — Malaysia and Japan have agreed to upgrade bilateral relations to a more comprehensive level while continuing with the Look East Policy (LEP) by establishing new areas of cooperation such as energy, smart city, environment and climate change.Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob in his meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Tokyo on Friday had proposed that the Malaysia-Japan ties be upgraded to ‘Comprehensi…

1 month ago·Selangor, Malaysia
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M’sia, Japan agree to closer ties, continue Look East Policy

Countries to cooperate on issues such as energy, smart cities, climate change

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M’sia, Japan agree to more comprehensive ties, continue with Look East Policy

TOKYO - Malaysia and Japan have agreed to upgrade bilateral relations to a more comprehensive level while continuing with the Look East Policy (LEP) by establishing new areas of...

1 month ago
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Malaysia, Japan agree to upgrade ties, continue with Look East Policy

Malaysia and Japan have agreed to upgrade bilateral relations to a more comprehensive level while continuing with the Look East Policy (LEP) by establishing new areas of cooperation, such as energy, smart city, the environment and climate change.

1 month ago
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