KUALA LUMPUR, 20 February: Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin assured that the government will continue its efforts to find a balance between survival and the economic aspects of a country that has not yet been declared a threat of a COVID-19 pandemic.
The prime minister said the government was concerned and had always listened to the views and complaints of those affected since the country affected the country more than a year ago.
“Therefore, the government has introduced various policies and initiatives, including a package of economic incentives and finally a package of assistance from Malaysia for economic protection and protection of Rakyat (PERMAI) to protect people’s well-being and support business continuity,” he said at the virtual Malaysian Chinese New Year 2021 Open Day on Saturday.
The prime minister said the Chinese community in Malaysia has made a significant contribution to the country’s economic development.
He said the economic chain encompasses the country’s tourism, arts and cultural industry, making Malaysia an attractive tourist destination among foreign tourists.
“Let’s continue to preserve and preserve the rich art and cultural heritage of the various races that have become a treasure that we proudly share,” he said.
He said the spirit of the zodiac sign of the Year of the Ox should also be used as inspiration for overcoming the challenges currently plaguing the country without feeling hopeless to celebrate China’s New Year 2021.
“The government will continue to step up its efforts to balance the survival and economic aspects of the country.
“At the same time, we can’t give up like an ox that is always energetic and ready to plow and dedicate itself to the land,” he said.
The virtual Chinese New Year’s Open House, organized by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, was also attended by Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri and Minister of Transport Datuk Seri dr. Wee Ka Siong.- Named