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Idris: Melaka on track to become green technology city


Idris (fifth from left) flanked by South Korea’s Gwangju metropolitan deputy mayor Park Byung Ho (fourth from left ) and Lenolkulal (fifth from right). Also present are (from left) Alor Gajah Municipal Council president Ismail Hasim, Datuk Wira Md Yunos Husin, Ukraine ambassador to Malaysia Olexander Nechytaylo, Melaka assemblyman Datuk Wira Othman Muhammad, Natural Resources and Environment Deputy Minister Datuk Dr Hamim Samuri, Melaka financial officer Datuk Roslan Ibrahim and Melaka housing, local government and environment committee chairman Datuk Ismail Othman at the summit.

Idris (fifth from left) flanked by South Korea’s Gwangju metropolitan deputy mayor Park Byung Ho (fourth from left ) and Lenolkulal (fifth from right). Also present are (from left) Alor Gajah Municipal Council president Ismail Hasim, Datuk Wira Md Yunos Husin, Ukraine ambassador to Malaysia Olexander Nechytaylo, Melaka assemblyman Datuk Wira Othman Muhammad, Natural Resources and Environment Deputy Minister Datuk Dr Hamim Samuri, Melaka financial officer Datuk Roslan Ibrahim and Melaka housing, local government and environment committee chairman Datuk Ismail Othman at the summit.

MELAKA: Melaka is close to becoming the first state in Malaysia to fully embrace green technology revolution, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron.

Idris said the state initially looked at successful stories of other cities as inspiration and began implementing more environmental-friendly policies and concepts in the state in 2013.

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