SEPANG, Jan 27 2013 (Bernama) -- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Malaysia is considered a bright spot among the few nations in the world in the present uncertain global economy.
He said this was expressed by many influential people who attended the five-day World Economic Forum 2013 in Davos, Switzerland which started last Wednesday.
"This is proof of the success of the transformation agenda which we pursued," he told a crowd of over 10,000 rakyat who were at the KL International Airport's Bunga Raya complex to welcome him and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, home from Davos Sunday.
The reception was held to show the support for his humanitarian visit to Gaza Strip prior to his departure for Davos.
Najib said the 'Malaysia Night' held at the WEF also received an overwhelming response, attracting over 1,000 people who were interested to know more about the country.
"I told these people that myself, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and the cabinet minister would work hard to achieve the Wawasan 2020," he said.
Najib said he was overseas to promote the country in the interests of the rakyat and not for personal interest.
He said Malaysians were fortunate to have leaders that always do good and not like others who would politicise whatever they did.
"We must accept the fact that Malaysia is blessed and this blessing is also because the rakyat has decided to be with us in the past to now.
"The time will come where we have to make one more decision. If we are united and make the correct decision the future of our country will be bright," he said.