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On the auspicious occasion of Malaysian National Day, the Chairman Pakistan-Malaysian Business Council of FPCCI Bashir Jan Mohammad extends his warmest congratulations to the people and government of Malaysia. PMBC of FPCCI value its relationship with the Malaysian people and is committed to join hands with Malaysian business partners. PMBC believe in strengthening the existing partnership and converting to be more beneficial ventures.

On behalf of the Pakistani people and on my own behalf, I extend sincere congratulations on the occasion of Malaysia's 57th National Day. I send my best wishes for the peace and prosperity of the people of Malaysia.
It is my great pleasure to be addressing the international conference on Business Strategy and Social Sciences organised by the Asian Economic and Social Society (AESS), here in this great city Kuala Lumpur. I would like to thank the AESS, particularly its President Qazi Adnan Hye for inviting me to deliver the keynote address and for his hospitality here in Malaysia. We feel so proud to see how developed Malaysia is, and has reached where many countries could not, due to their own follies or the machinations of world powers, or both.
The diplomatic relations between Malaysia and Pakistan were established in 1957 after the former's independence. At its inception, the High Commission of Malaysia was placed in Karachi, which was the capital city of Pakistan then. However, in 1968, the High Commission was moved to Islamabad after it was declared as the new capital city.
Malaysia attracted an amazing 25 million tourists in 2012 and slogan "Malaysia Truly Asia" campaign is globally recognized. Plainly speaking, our greatest strength in tourism is its product diversity. Malaysia is fortunate to have been blessed with numerous tourism assets, from its colorful multicultural heritage and spectrum of flavors in its cuisine to the stunning beauty of its tropical eco-tourism. Malaysia also premised itself as a renowned destination for shopping, international sporting events, health tourism, homestay and 'Malaysia My Second Home' (MM2H) Programme as well as business tourism.


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