China-Malaysia Aviation Forum Held Successfully as Part of 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties

19 Feb 2024 | IAGA First Conference

On February 19th, 2024, the China-Malaysia Aviation Forum was successfully convened in Kuala Lumpur as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of China-Malaysia diplomatic relations. Over 170 representatives from the aviation science, technology, and industry sectors of both countries participated in exchanges.


The China-Malaysia Aviation Forum was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on February 19th, 2024.

 

Organized by Malaysia's Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry, the forum was jointly hosted by the National Aerospace Industry Company (NAICO) of Malaysia, CSAA, and the International Association for Green Aviation (IAGA). Strong support was provided by Tahira Group, Green Flight Company, Malaysian Automation and Robotics Association (MyAIRA), and Shanghai Guangyao Business Consulting Co., Ltd.

Malaysia's Deputy Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry, LIU Zhendong, received an important Chinese delegation including SHI Jianzhong (Honorary Vice President of CSAA and President of the Shanghai Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics), YAO Junchen (CSAA Vice President, Secretary-General, and founding member of IAGA), and DING Ling (Vice Mayor of Langfang City and Director of the Daxing Beijing Airport Economic Zone Management Committee).


YAO Junchen, CSAA Vice President and Secretary-General, delivered a speech at the forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on February 19th, 2024.

 

YAO Junchen noted the forum's timely occurrence during the 50th anniversary of China-Malaysia diplomatic ties. Over half a century, adhering to friendly cooperation and common prosperity, both nations have engaged in close collaboration across multiple domains. He expressed hope that this forum would deepen bilateral cooperation and discussions in the aviation sector. Additionally, YAO introduced the crucial climate change challenge facing today's society, necessitating the promotion of aviation sustainability. As such, CSAA is jointly establishing IAGA with over 50 domestic and international organizations and individuals to advance aviation sustainability through technological progress and global cooperation.


The Chinese delegation and important guests after the forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on February 19th, 2024.

 

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