Lukashenko sends National Day greetings to Malaysia

MINSK, Aug. 31 (BelTA) — Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has sent his greetings to the King of Malaysia, Sultan of Pahang Abdullah Riayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah as the country celebrates the 65th anniversary of the country’s independence, learned BelTA from the Belarusian leader’s press service.

“During its sovereign existence, Malaysia became one of Asia’s economic leaders and became the world’s largest center of the Islamic economic system. This year, Minsk and Kuala Lumpur are celebrating the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations. It is gratifying that during this period cooperation between our countries has become sustainable thanks to the gradual increase in trade in agricultural products, the expansion of interaction in the military-technical sector and the development of the framework legal,” reads the greetings post.

The head of state expressed confidence that Belarus and Malaysia will continue to work together to strengthen bilateral relations and resolve pressing international issues, including food security.

Alexander Lukashenko wished the King of Malaysia health and well-being as well as happiness and prosperity for the Malaysian people.

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