Liu Jianchao Meets with a Delegation of Senior Officials of the People's Justice Party of Malaysia
 ( 2024.05.15 )

Beijing, May 14th—Liu Jianchao, Minister of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, met here today with a delegation of senior officials of the People's Justice Party (PKR) led by Nurul Izzah Anwar, Vice President of the PKR.  

Liu said, under the joint guidance of President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, China-Malaysia relations have enjoyed strong development. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Malaysia. The Chinese side is ready to work with the Malaysian side to implement the important consensus reached by leaders of the two countries, enhance strategic mutual trust, continue to well accommodate each other's core interests and major concerns, and lay a more solid political foundation for building a China-Malaysia community with a shared future. At present, momentous changes of a like not seen in a century are accelerating across the world, and the Asia-Pacific region on the whole has maintained peace and stability. This doesn’t come easily. The Chinese side is ready to work with ASEAN countries to promote common development in the region and bring more benefits to the people.  

Liu said, the CPC attaches importance to developing friendly relations with the PKR and is willing to further strengthen high-level exchanges and strategic communication, deepen exchanges and mutual learning of experience in state governance and administration, make full use of the "political party +" platform to promote practical cooperation and push forward bilateral relations with inter-party relations. The youth represent the future. It is hoped that the young generation of the two Parties will strengthen communication and contribute to the long-term, sound and stable development of the relations between the two Parties and the two countries.  

Nurul Izzah said, this is my first overseas visit since I became the vice president of the PKR. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and China. It is no coincidence that our delegation comprises 50 members. Malaysia attaches great importance to its relations with China and China's tremendous achievements in economic and social development are admirable. Compared with the CPC, the PKR is a young political party. We hope to learn more about China and the CPC through this visit, including learning from China's experience in poverty alleviation. Malaysia cherishes the tradition of independence and pluralistic society. At present, world peace and development, including supply chain stability, are facing many challenges, and the Malaysian side is willing to work with the Chinese side to jointly promote peace, stability and prosperity in the region.