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Include more voices in nation's foreign policymaking | New Straits Times

#NSTopinion Malaysia can and must leverage its competitive strengths to not just have a say in the new norms being shaped, but to position itself as the partner of choice in this region.

16/9/2021 8:17:00 PM

NSTopinion Malaysia can and must leverage its competitive strengths to not just have a say in the new norms being shaped, but to position itself as the partner of choice in this region.

AT the start of his second stint as foreign minister, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah spoke about the push for a more open and consultative approach in how the Foreign Ministry engages its stakeholders.

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