Friday, February 24, 2017

22 tahun PM, Saudi tak hingin lawat Madey



PRIME MINISTER NAJIB RAZAK WELCOMES KING SALMAN'S VISIT TO MALAYSIA, ANTICIPATES INCREASED TRADE LINKS AND PEOPLE TO PEOPLE TIES

24th February 2017

1.      This weekend, we will welcome His Majesty King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, for a State Visit to Malaysia at the invitation of Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong XV, Sultan Muhammad V.

2.      Malaysia and Saudi Arabia share strong, brotherly ties and we are honoured that His Majesty King Salman – who will be accompanied by His Royal Highness Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and various other dignitaries – has chosen Malaysia for his first visit to an Islamic country in the region, as well as the first to Southeast Asia since ascending to the throne.

3.      The spiritual ties between our two countries date back centuries. For Muslim Malaysians, Saudi Arabia as the land of the Two Holy Mosques is the holiest of places and performing the Hajj is both a sacred duty and the highlight of a lifetime.

4.      Our two countries are also bound together by strong trading links and ever increasing people-to-people exchanges.

5.      Bilateral trade between Saudi Arabia and Malaysia has been on a strong upward trajectory in recent years, increasing by 20 percent in 2016 alone, to a total of RM13.12 billion. Today, Saudi Arabia is one of Malaysia's largest trading partners.

6.      Saudi Arabian investment in Malaysia is expected to create thousands of jobs and we are proud that Malaysian firms have been chosen to undertake projects at some of the most prestigious locations in Saudi Arabia. This has included operating and maintaining the Al Mashaaer Al Mugaddassah Metro Southern Line in Makkah – a shuttle train exclusively for pilgrims – and working on the Jamarat Bridge and surrounding area in Mina. It is also a matter of pride for us that a Malaysian was part of the team that designed the magnificent Makkah Royal Hotel Clock Tower that faces the Masjid al-Haram.

7.      During His Majesty King Salman’s visit, we will be signing a number of new agreements and memorandums of understanding. One of these will involve two of our largest state-owned companies, Saudi Aramco and PETRONAS. These agreements will benefit our countries and our peoples.

8.      The warmth between us is reflected by the fact that we welcomed over 100,000 visitors from Saudi Arabia last year, a record high, while students from Malaysia and Saudi Arabia benefit from studying in each others’ countries.

9.      We are also proud that Saudi Arabia and Malaysia have cooperated so strongly to maintain the well-being of, and provide leadership for, the Ummah.

10.  Our strong mutual commitment to fighting extremism is founded on our belief in the tolerant, moderate and peaceful nature of authentic Islam. His Majesty King Salman’s visit reaffirms a partnership and brotherhood built on mutual trust and respect – one that can provide an example for the Muslim world and beyond, for the benefits of our peoples, our regions and the world.

DATO’ SRI NAJIB TUN RAZAK
PRIME MINISTER OF MALAYSIA


Terbaca di Utusan hari ini. Baru sedar Raja Saudi tak pernah lawat Malaysia masa Tun Dr Mahathir.

Masa Tunku Abdul Rahman ada. Pak Lah ada. Najib pula kamcing.

Padan dicemburu Najib rapat dgn Saudi hingga dibantu dalam 1MDB.

Datang pun tak. Padan Madey kata Arab tak mudah kasi duit dan kedekut.

Depa hanya kedekut pada Madey.

http://snapshot2016.blogspot.my/2017/02/saudi-hanya-kedekut-pada-madey.html

8 comments:

  • Anonymous says:
    February 24, 2017 at 5:17:00 PM GMT+8

    Arab pun tak hingin nak berbaik dgn baka yahudi kerala keluarga terlajak LGBT dan gereja. Sekarang dah terbukti, atok YAHUDI KERALA bersekongkol dgn parti yg terang2 anti Islam....DOGS AND PIGS!

  • Mohd Jamil says:
    February 24, 2017 at 7:57:00 PM GMT+8

    Alhamdulillah...erat silaturahim..ini dlm ketentuan Allah...yg rahmahNya meluas dan memilih siapa yg dikurniakan rahmahNya yg meluas itu....usah banding bandingkan...hanya renung renungkanlah dan ittibar...Subhanallah..

  • Anonymous says:
    February 24, 2017 at 9:32:00 PM GMT+8

    Sorry lah, M'sia tak rugi dan tak untung 1 sen pun kalau puak2 tu tak datang. Manusia yg hipokrit. Bila harga minyak dah jatuh merudum baru ingat langit tu tinggi ke rendah.

  • arizmaya says:
    February 25, 2017 at 10:09:00 AM GMT+8

    hahahaha.. apa yang istimewanya raja arab ni yop?
    kalaulah tak kerana Baitullah di Mekah dan makam Nabi di Madinah... tak ada sapa nak pegi ziarah arab saudi...

  • Unknown says:
    February 25, 2017 at 1:44:00 PM GMT+8

    Nk nipu pon agok2 la..almarhum gemulah raja abdullah dari saudi ada buak official vst ke malaysia masa zaman madey la...cubo check skek sejaroh tu gakk

  • Anonymous says:
    February 26, 2017 at 2:58:00 AM GMT+8

    raja saudi nak pastikan najib sihat atau demam sebab dah tak pernah nampak lagi kat amerika negara penasihat negara arab tu..

  • Madey pariah says:
    February 26, 2017 at 6:54:00 AM GMT+8

    Unknown

    Tahun bila tu?

    Ada ke mana-mana pemimpin dan raja mana-mana negara arab lawat Malaysia masa zaman Madey 22 tahun? Padan Arab tak berkenan nak labur dalam Malaysia. Keling tu sombong.

    Cari sekali tahun bila Presiden amerika atau pemimpin USSR/Russia atau China ada lawat Malaysia masa zaman Mahathir?

    Setahu aku, Vincent Tan bayar lobbyist John ABram untuk Mahathir jumpa George Bush. Sampai nak kena bayar untuk jumpa ha ha ha ...

    Menunjukkan hanya chap bunga syok sendiri dgn kehebatan Madey. Pemimpin dunia tidak perakui Mahathir pun. Akhirnya dia terpaksa berkawan dengan negeri-negeri kecil di Africa dan Pyongyang serta pariah2 macam Mugabe ki ki ki .

    Pentaksub percaya Mahathir pemimpin hebat yang disanjung dunia ketiga sebagai juara dunia ketiga. Bangang punya pentaksub

  • Anonymous says:
    February 26, 2017 at 10:57:00 AM GMT+8

    Kau yg bangang bin bahlol. Duduk umah je tak campur org. Cakap ikut suka. Siapa tg tak kenal Mahathir. Kau memang bangang giler.

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