Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob (pic) and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan have witnessed the signing of seven memoranda of understanding to enhance cooperation between the two countries. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 7, 2022.ug环球会员开户（www.ugbet.us）开放环球UG代理登录网址、会员登录网址、环球UG会员注册、环球UG代理开户申请、环球UG电脑客户端、环球UG手机版下载等业务。
MALAYSIAN and Turkish officials from both the government and private sectors today signed seven memoranda of understanding (MOUs) in various fields in the presence of the two countries’ leaders.
Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob and his Turkish counterpart President Recep Tayyip Erdogan witnessed the signing at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, paving the way for further cooperation and sharing of knowledge in the fields of science, defence, technology and academia.
The MOUs were signed in conjunction with the official visit by Ismail, who arrived in the republic Tuesday.
Among the signatories were the Health Ministries of both countries; Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Ministry with the Directorate of Communications of Turkiye; Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT) with the Scientific and Technological Research Institution of Turkiye.,
MIGHT also signed an MOU with Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), followed by SilTerra Malaysia Sdn Bhd with TUYAR Mikroelektronik AS; MA Analytics Sdn Bhd with Makina Kimya Endustrisi Kurumu, and NS Corporation with TAI.
TAI and MIGHT are in collaboration to facilitate the transfer of relevant aerospace technology, knowledge and knowhow to Malaysia, capitalising on Turkiye and TAI’s 50 years’ experience in the aerospace industry.
The technology transfer will assist Malaysia to migrate from maintenance, repair and overhaul activity into a full production capacity with the aim of making Malaysia an original equipment manufacturer emulating the technological evolution that Turkey has successfully undergone.
In a similar field, TAI and NS Corporation will collaborate on the development of NS Aerospace Valley and Unmanned Vehicle Valley (UVV) in Negeri Sembilan.
The UVV will house the unmanned aerial vehicle, unmanned surface vehicle, unmanned underwater vehicle and unmanned ground vehicle manufacturing plant. – Bernama, July 7, 2022.