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Good relationship with China matters, Chief Minister says
Published on: Sunday, February 04, 2024
By: Kan Yaw Chong
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Chinese citizens in KK take selfies with Juhar and Hajiji.
GUEST of Honour Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji Noor took the opportunity to extend his warmest greetings to the Chinese Government, the people of China and Malaysians from all walks of life in Sabah on for the coming Lunar New Year. 

“The Sabah State Government attaches great importance to good relationship with China,” Hajiji noted.

“As highlighted by Consul General Her Excellency Dr Huang Shi Fang in her speech, our efforts in improving the relationship between Sabah and China has produced fruitful outcomes over the past years,” citing friendly exchanges with several provinces and cities in China as a result.

“Last November, I spoke at the Global Chinese Economic and Technology Summit in Shenzhen, China, where I had the opportunity to meet investors and to invite them to come and explore business and investment opportunities in Sabah. 

“Since then there has been numerous engagements between the State and Chinese investors. I am confident of a positive outcome,” he noted. 

“There has already been a strong momentum and cooperation between Sabah and China in many areas of cooperation including investment, trade and culture.

“There is much we can mutually do to play an active role and enhance friendly ties, exchanges and cooperation. I wish to thank the Chinese Consul General for playing an active role in promoting friendly exchanges and cooperation between China and Sabah.

“This year also marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and the People’s Republic of China. 

“We will work towards strengthening existing ties with China and to collaborate in all areas of cooperation. In so doing, we can look forward to reinforce and enhance greater relations,” Hajiji concluded. 



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