BEIJING – Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak Monday participated in the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation here.
State and government leaders from 28 nations took part in the roundtable discussions of the Belt and Road Initiative, a concept aimed at providing mega infrastructure for international trade.
The meeting took place at Yangi Lake, and was chaired by President Xi Jinping who had come up with the initiative.
Najib also joined in the discussions held over lunch.
Cultural exchanges and people-to-people relations were also a focus of the discussions.
Malaysia is committed to the initiative and had come up with several infrastructure projects such as the East Coast Rail Line, port expansion and modern city construction. – BERNAMA