Thursday, 18 August 2016

Malaysia and Papua New Guinea foreign ministers to take stock of existing bilateral ties

Malaysia and Papua New Guinea foreign ministers are to take stock of the progress of the existing bilateral relations as they meet in Malaysia.

Papua New Guinea Foreign Minister, Rimbink Pato, is currently on a five-day working visit to Malaysia from Tuesday (Aug 16) to attend the International Conference on Blue Ocean Strategy (ICBOS) here and is scheduled to meet his Malaysian counterpart, Datuk Seri Anifah Aman.

Wisma Putra, in a statement, said both ministers were expected to take stock of the progress of the existing bilateral relations, including the progress of a Memorandum of Understanding on tourism, higher education as well small and medium sized enterprise (SME) cooperation.

Malaysia and Papua New Guinea have enjoyed wide ranging relations, including in the area of technical assistance.

"This visit will provide a new impetus to the bilateral cooperation that will cement and elevate the Malaysia and Papua New Guinea relations to a greater height," said Wisma Putra.

PNG's Foreign Minisrer Rimbink Pato
-- Source: BERNAMA / 2016

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