Malaysia to send food to UAE as token of gratitude

Modified 26 Mar 2020, 11:46 am

CORONAVIRUS | Malaysia will donate eight tonnes of food to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), says Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs minister Rosol Wahid.

The donation is in return of the country's Covid-19 test kits donation to Malaysia which has implemented the movement control order due to the pandemic.

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