Monday, August 23, 2010


KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 (Bernama) -- Malaysia provides a good model of how society would be able to live with various ethnic groups on the basis of trust and efforts to foster good societal relationship among the various communities.

United Nations (UN) Under-Secretary General for Communications and Public Information Kiyotaka Akasaka said Malaysia's emphasis on education and mainstreaming youth issues as a fundamental of the national development agenda was also pertinent as the host of the second annual Global Model United Nations (GMUN 2010) Conference which began today.

"I know that Malaysia has various ethnic groups, Malays, Chinese and Indians are working and living in harmony and you have been keeping this harmonious society with great effort played by the government, civil society and the people at large.

"Malaysia will also be able to provide the best opportunity and lessons learned and the history to the students coming from all over the world to address the questions of alliance civilizations.

"Education is given top priority in this country, education indeed has been the important agenda for the UN, we have been focusing our efforts on our partnership with the young people for educational programme, through various initiatives," he told a press conference on GMUN 2010 here today.

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Ahmad said...

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