PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Parliamentary select committee of the House of Representatives on Infrastructure, Transport and Communication (JKPK IPK) has agreed to work closely with Japan on building national resilience.
This was discussed during the delegation's meeting with Japan-Malaysia Parliament Friendship Association (Jmpfa) Furuya Keiji.
Ayer Hitam MP Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong who was part of the delegation said talks centred on creating a strong and flexible nation with both sides agreeing to work closely for the benefit of the citizens of both countries.
"The Japanese House of Representatives consists of 465 members of the House of Representatives and 248 members of the House of Council (Dewan Negara).
"The Malaysian delegation was led by JKPK IPK chairman Yusuf Abdul Wahab, who is Tanjung Manis MP," said Dr Wee on his Facebook on Tuesday (Sept 26).
"We visited the lower house of the National Diet of Japan and were honoured to be part of the delegation which paid a courtesy call on Furuya," added Dr Wee.
Others in the delegation were Klang MP Ganabatirau Veraman, Wangsa Maju MP Zahir Hassan, Tasek Gelugor MP Datuk Wan Saiful Wan Jan, Sipitang MP Datuk Matbali Musah and Jerantut MP Khairil Nizam Khirudin.
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