A meeting was held in Tripoli last Sunday between the President and members of the Malaysian Advisory Council, the General Director of the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB), his assistants, the directors of the departments and offices of the Board, as well as representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for the Asian and International Cooperation Affairs departments.
The NESDB team presented a visual presentation that included the most important projects (completed and ongoing for the years 2022-2023) that it is working on in collaboration with implementing stakeholders.
In its presentation, the Malaysian delegation conveyed practical experience in supporting the Malaysian government by evolving a new developmental vision. This is based on developing the human element and caring for providing a decent life, promoting the health sector, and then focusing on the national economy.
The spotlight was also shed on the most important previous achievements of the advisory council as a supporter of the government despite the obstacles it faced due to the succession of governments and periods of (relative) instability that Malaysia went through.
At the end of the meeting, the two parties agreed to establish a joint working mechanism that suits both sides, exchange knowledge transfer between them, and focus on finding urgent solutions regarding the implementation and follow-up stages of all important files that would drive the development wheel.