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KUALA LUMPUR -- Bilateral ties between Malaysia and China are now at their best ever period and level, and are poised to be even stronger in the years to come, said China's Ambassador to Malaysia, Chai Xi.
The envoy said that he had witnessed the relationship between both countries strengthen since being posted here in July 2009 and this was evident from the various high level exchanges and cooperation, especially after the November 2009 visit by President Hu Jintao to Malaysia.
During that visit, the top leaders from both countries agreed on a joint action plan to enhance strategic cooperation, he said.
Chai said that significant event had marked a new beginning of the more than three decades of friendship, which he was optimistic would continue to grow from year to year.
"I would say that we have come to the best period of our relationship especially in recent years.
After these high level exchanges, our relationship has come to an new era," he said in an interview with Bernama, here.
He said recent events and various high level exchanges were testimony of the mutually close friendship and political confidence that the leaders of both countries had for each other.