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      29 November 2016  

New Zealand keen for modernised ties with Sabah

Kota Kinabalu (Tuesday) - The Deputy High Commissioner of New Zealand in Malaysia Gareth Pidgeon expressed his enthusiasm in modernising relations with Sabah as well as Malaysia. The Deputy High Commissioner had paid a courtesy call to the Sabah Economic Development & Investment Authority (SEDIA), during which he had hoped that ties with New Zealand could be strengthened with younger generations of Malaysians

  SEDIA Deputy Vice President Jesi Majungki (second from left) presenting a memento to New Zealand Deputy High Commissioner in Malaysia Gareth Pidgeon (centre)

SEDIA Deputy Vice President Jesi Majungki was present to brief the Deputy High Commissioner on the Sabah Development Corridor and the functions of SEDIA. Following the briefing, Gareth had said that he is "keen to see the implementation of the Keningau Integrated Livestock Centre project, as New Zealand is known to be quite capable in the livestock industry and may be a potential area for collaboration". He also thanked SEDIA for the briefing, as "it was very thorough, and I had not realised that Sabah had such a diverse economy". The visiting Deputy High Commissioner was also interested in tourism activities, particularly eco-tourism, as the focus on the industry is shared with New Zealand; further discussions may reveal similarities as to the management of tourism resources. - Media SEDIA

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