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Face to face: Rosmah chatting with Valls at Hotel Matignon in Paris yesterday. The Malaysian prime minister’s wife has extended an invitation to Valls to visit Malaysia. -Bernama
PARIS: Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, wife of the Malaysian prime minister, paid a courtesy call on Anne Gravoin Valls, wife of the French prime minister, at her official residence at Hotel Matignon here.
Rosmah was accompanied by Prof Tan Sri Sharifah Hapsah Syed Hassan Shahabuddin, Special Advisor to Permata at the Prime Minister’s Department, and Datin Seri Khamarzan Ahmed Meah, wife of the Malaysian international trade and industry minister.
At their meeting, Rosmah said, they discussed and shared views on various issues on women and children and also on the increasing trend of autism globally.
“Gravoin expressed keen interest in Malaysia and our programmes, especially those for children and women.
“I extended her an invitation to visit Malaysia,” she told reporters after concluding her three-day visit to Paris.
Rosmah was here to attend the 2014 Global Summit of Women which carried the theme “Women: Redesigning Economies, Societies”. — Bernama
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