KUALA LUMPUR, June 12 (Bernama) - Malaysia and Japan have agreed to keep the Strait of Melaka and the South China Sea free for navigation for all countries.
Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the Indo-Pacific (region), including the South China Sea, should be free and open based on the rule of law and to be maintained as a global public route for regional peace and prosperity.
"Japan is willing to cooperate with any country to support this concept with Malaysia. I am...[Continue Reading]
TOKYO, 12 Jun (Bernama) - Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mencadangkan supaya Jepun memantapkan kedudukannya dalam landskap pendidikan di Malaysia dengan mewujudkan sebuah kampus cawangan universiti di sana.
Perdana Menteri berkata perkara itu telah disampaikan kepada rakan sejawatannya Shinzo Abe semasa pertemuan mereka di sini pada Selasa.
Dr Mahathir berkata Malaysia adalah lokasi yang baik untuk tujuan itu kerana kos yang lebih rendah.
"Jika ini menjadi kenyataan, lebih ramai...[Continue Reading]
KUALA LUMPUR, June 12 (Bernama) - Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he holds the view that Malaysia will achieve runaway success following his working visit to Japan.
He said during the visit, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had given him ample time to hear out the problems faced by Malaysia.
And he gave his assurance that he would do his best to help,"Dr Mahathir said in his official Twitter account "https://twitter.com/chedetofficial@chedetofficial,...[Continue Reading]
TOKYO, June 12 (Bernama) - Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Tuesday he has asked Japan to extend a yen credit to Malaysia to which his counterpart Shinzo Abe said he would consider the request.
Briefing Malaysian journalists on the outcome of his three-day working visit to Japan, Dr Mahathir said he mentioned to Abe at their meeting earlier about the soft loan extended by Japan when he (Dr Mahathir) was the prime minister previously, with an interest rate of just...[Continue Reading]
TOKYO, June 12 (Bernama) - Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has come to defence of the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) for reportedly summoning judges recently.
Speaking to the Malaysian media at the conclusion of his three-day working visit to Japan here Tuesday, the Malaysian prime minister said he did not think that CEP had overstepped its boundaries.
"I don't think so. They have the right to talk to a lot of people who are today innocent because they haven't been charged....[Continue Reading]