Argentina and Malaysia deepen their trade relations

Updated Dec 4, 2021
According to a press release from the Foreign Ministry, the Vice Chancellor, Pablo Tettamanti, had a meeting with his Malaysian counterpart, Tan Sri Muhammad Shahrul Ikram Yaakob. Conducted through a videoconference, both officials led the second Meeting of Bilateral Political Consultations, where they reviewed the relationship that unites both countries, with a view to deepening and diversifying it. The ambassadors of the two countries and officials from both Foreign Ministries also participated.
The meeting analyzed in depth, among other topics, the opportunities that open up in cooperation in sectors such as agriculture, where the dialogue on the cultivation of corn and livestock began; satellite affairs, including radars for weather monitoring; prospects for peaceful uses of nuclear energy; the renewal of successful cooperation in forensic anthropology; and carrying out joint scientific projects on Antarctica in microbiology and physical sciences. During the meeting, both deputy foreign ministers signed an agreement that will allow intensifying cooperation between the respective diplomatic academies. In addition, Tettamanti thanked his counterpart for the traditional support of Malaysia for the resumption of bilateral negotiations between our country and the United Kingdom, to find a peaceful and definitive solution to the question of the Malvinas Islands. In economic-commercial matters, the potential to increase and diversify the exports of both countries was ...
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