Malaysian legislature to set up ties with Polish parliament

09:24, May 20, 2011      

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Malaysian Legislature will establish a bond with the Polish Parliament in a move to cooperate on issues of common interest like human trafficking and environment.

The proposal to set up the Poland-Malaysia Parliamentary Friendship Group was revealed by Malaysian House of Representative speaker Pandikar Main Mulia after he received a courtesy call from Poland's lower house deputy speaker, Jerzy Wenderlich on Thursday.

Pandikar said Malaysia is also keen on setting up Malaysia- European Union friendship groups, after Poland, Romania and France, with hopes to improve bilateral relations.

Bilateral trade between Malaysia and Poland stood at 1.3 billion ringgit (429.1 million U.S. dollars,) importing tanks from while exporting mostly electronics to the central European country.

Source: Xinhua
 
 
     
 
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