Sabah aims to improve ties with China

Token of friendship: Liang (left) handing over 50,000 face masks to Hajiji during a courtesy call in Kota Kinabalu.

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah aims to further improve existing bilateral ties with China, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor.

He conveyed this to China Consul General in Kota Kinabalu Liang Caide, who visited Hajiji at the Sabah Administrative Building here yesterday.

“Sabah needs help and support from China, especially in tourism, infrastructure development, agriculture and other areas, ” he said.

Hajiji said Sabah Economic Action Council members would visit China to attract investors when the pandemic is over.

Hajiji also thanked the Chinese government’s assistance in helping Sabah tackle the pandemic.

Liang handed over a donation of 50,000 face masks from the Kota Kinabalu consulate and China embassy in Malaysia to Hajiji.

He is confident that Sabah under Hajiji’s leadership will be able to overcome the Covid-19 pandemic.

Liang also invited Hajiji to visit China to look at potential investments in agriculture, among others.

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