Malaysian-China bilateral relations
The MH370 incident will not affect relations between China and Malaysia in the long run, said Consul-General from the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Kuching, Liu Quan, who paid a courtesy call on CM Tan Sri Adenan Satem yesterday afternoon.
Liu said the relationship between China and Malaysia is very solid and although there are some who may not be happy with what has happened to the missing MAS plane where the majority of the victims were from China, he believed that the solid
relationship shared by both countries would not be destroyed.
He said China and Malaysia has always enjoyed a deep relationship from way back in 1974 and through out these years, the friendship has not been shaken as time has proven it.
China and Malaysia will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations this year and in years to come, with investment in Malaysia, the economic relationship would also further strengthened both countries’ continuing ties.
Liu said the meeting with CM Adenan was very cordial and they discussed about more investors coming to Malaysia to participate in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy project.
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