Arms deals on Khaled’s Turkiye agenda

ANKARA: Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin (pic) starts his five-day working visit to Turkiye today, where he is expected to sign deals with major arms exporters and cement a defence pact.

Mohamed Khaled’s visit, his first official visit to Turkiye since being appointed Defence Minister, will see him attending the inaugural Malaysia-Turkiye High Level Committee on Defence Cooperation (HLC).

The HLC will involve delegations from the Malaysian Defence Ministry and the Ministry of National Defence Turkiye, Bernama reported.

Mohamed Khaled is scheduled to meet with his Turkish counterpart, Yasar Guler, as well as the Secretariat of Defence Industries, an institution set up by Turkiye to manage its defence industry.

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