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PM: Nik Aziz willing to “forge good relations with fed govt”

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, 6 Aug 2009: Kelantan Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat’s presence at the visit to the East Coast Economic Region’s Special Economic Zone two days ago shows the PAS leader’s desire to forge good relations with the federal government, said the prime minister here today.

Datuk Seri Najib Razak said relations between the federal government and state governments, especially those under opposition rule, should not be an issue, and that the interest of the people, including in Kelantan, should be given attention in a fair manner.

“A high degree of understanding [between the federal government and Kelantan government] cannot be achieved within a short time, but what is important is the sincerity and mutual respect shown by the leaders of both sides,” he told Malaysian journalists on the last day of his three-day official visit to Brunei.

Najib was asked to comment on Nik Aziz‘s statement that he was grateful for the extraordinary reception from the prime minister during his visit to Pekan in Kelantan on 4 Aug.

“I appreciate Nik Aziz’s comments and his willingness to participate in that day’s programme,” he said.

Najib was referring to Nik Aziz’s comments that he had never received such a warm reception from previous prime ministers, besides being impressed with Najib’s generosity as well as the area they visited. — Bernama

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One Response to “PM: Nik Aziz willing to “forge good relations with fed govt””

  1. Aylwin Chin says:

    I’m no longer willing to take whatever BN and Umno leaders, BN and Umno underlings, the NSTP, The Star, Berita Harian, Utusan Malaysia, Bernama, etc. says at face value. Over the years, it has been shown that reality and the truth can be severely distorted and abused.

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