Saifuddin: New areas of cooperation an added value in Malaysia-China relations

Saifuddin: New areas of cooperation an added value in Malaysia-China relations

Malaysia and China will continue to build strong ties through cooperation in various new areas including the digital economy, cybersecurity, vaccine research, cultural diplomacy, and filmmaking.
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