THIS is a big week for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on the diplomatic front. Fresh from a triumphant visit to the White House for a meeting with US President Donald Trump, he left for London where he will have a bilateral meeting with his British counterpart Theresa May today. He declined to reveal the agenda but said the meeting had been planned earlier, although they could not meet owing to clashing schedules.
WASHINGTON D.C.: As the rest of the country is still speculating whether the 14th general election will be held this year, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic) remained coy when asked on the subject. Najib who just ended a high profile and successful three-day working visit to Washington said he still have a long time before deciding to call for it. "One year is a long time.
WASHINGTON D.C.: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said there is no truth that Malaysia is trying to curry favour with the President Donald Trump's administration with MAS purchase of Boeing planes and EPF investing in the United StatesThe Prime Minister regretted negative spinning of Malaysia's potential investment in the US and allegations that it would not anything in return. "It is not one way street, they are spinning it as if I am here to buy US influence.
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Selecting a term
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