NEW DELHI – Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi will make his first working visit to India from Sunday.
According to Wisma Putra, Ahmad Zahid is scheduled to arrive at Indra Gandhi International Airport, Sunday, after attending the 11th Asia-Europe Meeting Summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, which ended today.
During the visit he is scheduled to call on India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Monday.
Ahmad Zahid who is also Malaysian Home Affairs Minister, will be meeting his counterpart, Rajnath Singh, on the same day.
A packed schedule awaits Ahmad Zahid on the last day (Tuesday) where he is expected to receive a courtesy call from Minister of Industries for the state of Telengana, K.T Rama Rao before back-to-back meetings with Minister of External Affairs India, Sushma Swaraj and National Security Advisor India, Ajit Doval.
He is expected to conclude his trip to India after visiting VFS Global Visa Processing Centre in Nehru Place.
The Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister is expected to depart for Indira Gandhi International Airport for a two-day working visit to Sri Lanka on Thursday. – BERNAMA