Malaysia to address palm oil issues by round table discussions.

By | October 22, 2019

Malaysia can still interact with European counterparts to handle misunderstandings and allegations associated with the oil business and at the same time seeks feedback on the problems and issues related to the arena.

Ministry of Primary Industries secretary-general Datuk Dr. Tan Yew Chong aforementioned Malaysia had taken united efforts to accelerate its model of property development, specifically for the native oil business, while continued to redress the allegations on the oil to make sure it receives truthful treatment at the worldwide level.

“Despite all of our efforts, sadly, there are several misunderstandings in Europe that alleges that Malaysia is quickly deforesting, destroying diversity, and so on. after all I vouch that these allegations are by no means true, hence, for the aim of transparency and to assure our relationship is predicated on utmost trust, I feel that it’s crucial for U.S.A. to own this session to handle issues with our European counterpart,” he mentioned in his speech at the Malaysian oil group discussion Dialogue in national capital, Poland.

He aforementioned that stakeholder engagements at a high level would facilitate to handle issues on oil and he hoped that Poland and different European countries would support the efforts undertaken by palm oil-producing countries like Malaysia on its smart agricultural practices and property efforts.

The Malaysian oil round-table conference Dialogue, attended by numerous stakeholders from the oils and fats fraternity in European nations and therefore the neighboring countries, could be a targeted platform that focuses on current and rising oil problems and challenges in the European region.