Bilateral diplomacy
Bilateral diplomacy



Malaysia’s interest to develop a productive, broad–ranging and enduring framework of bilateral cooperation with countries in the South and Central Asia regions is driven by political, economic and security imperatives. It is also anchored firmly on the close socio–cultural linkages and some degree of similarity in the historical background.


As a region, South Asia with its wide range of natural attributes has enormous potentials to becoming a leading market for Malaysia’s products and services. Riding on its strong economic performance, South Asia has emerged as among the most dynamic growth areas across the globe. Malaysian entrepreneurs have already established their presence in various sectors in the region especially infrastructure construction and property development. Malaysia shall tap the opportunity given the goodwill and firm support of the governments of those countries to further deepen our business presence in the region for mutual benefits.

Central Asian countries generally look to Malaysia as a model of successful developing country that could be emulated to achieve progress and development. Malaysia already has strong economic linkages especially in the oil and gas sector. Malaysia has also been playing a prominent role in the human resource development and capacity building in the region. On this basis, Central Asia is certainly a region in which we could deepen our political clout and enhance our circle of friends and allies. 








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