Saudi King Salman ends groundbreaking M'sia trip

By AZURA ABAS and HASHINI KAVISHTRI KANNAN - March 1, 2017 @
12:44pm

SEPANG: Saudi Arabia's King Salman Abdulaziz Al-Saud ended ______ (he,
she, his, her) maiden four-day state visit ______ (to, on, in, too) Malaysia
this morning.
The King and ______ (he, she, his, her) large entourage _________ (depart,
departs, departed) from the Bunga Raya Complex at Kuala Lumpur
International Airport (KLIA) here for Jakarta _____ (at, in, of) 11.45am. The
octogenarian King is embarking on the next leg of his Asian tour – a nine-
day state visit to Indonesia ______ (from, until, to) March 9.
He had arrived in Kuala Lumpur last Sunday.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri
Anifah Aman, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein and
senior government officials ________ (is, are, was, were) present at the
sending-off ceremony for the King.
Malaysia was the first destination for King Salman on his month-long Asian
tour.
Apart from Malaysia ______ (or, and) Indonesia, other stops on the tour
include China, Brunei, Jordan, the Maldives and Japan.
During his four-day state visit here, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia signed four
Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to further strengthen ties
_________ (among, beside, between) the two nations.
It was reported that the agreements are worth 9.74 billion ringgit
(US$2.19 billion), and comprise joint ventures and cooperation in several
sectors, ___________ (include, included, including) oil and gas, Islamic
finance, Shariah-compliant products, the halal industry and
manufacturing.
The four MOUs are related to trade and investment, the employment
and human resources field, science and education, and also one on
economic cooperation.
While here, King Salman was ___________ (confer, conferred, conferring) an
Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters by Universiti Malaya’s Chancellor,
Sultan of Perak Sultan Nazrin Muizzudin Shah.

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