The Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) Summit was held for the first time after ACD was established on 23 June 2001, an initiative by the Kingdom of Thailand. For the past 10 years, ACD just functioned as a ministerial dialogue before was upgraded to a full summit involving representatives of heads of government.
According to the Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, Malaysia was involved in projects of e-education, e-commerce and an infrastructure fund conducted by the ACD Summit’s prime movers.
He is leading the Malaysian delegates to attend the 3-day summit held in Kuwait from 15 until 17 October, to promote interaction between representatives from 32 member nations in all fields of cooperation.
by Alice Lee