Malaysia Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. (Photo: Twitter/NajibRazak)

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak made a three days working visit to the Silicon Valley with a visit to Facebook and Google offices. According to a Malaysian media reports the Prime minister met  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg which photo he later posted to his Twitter (shown above).

Najib said Facebook expressed a willingness to work with the Malaysian Government on its efforts to further engage the people to learn more on what they wanted.

The offer by Facebook would also enable the Government to inform the people on its latest policies. The offer by Facebook would also enable the Government to inform the people on its latest policies.

Malaysia has among the biggest number of Facebook users in the world, being ranked 18th with more than 12.7 million users and the Prime Minister himself has more than a million followers on his page.

Najib spent half a day each at the social media giant’s’ head office in Menlo Park and the search engine headquarters in Mountain View on Tuesday.

“The experience is very very interesting, an eye-opener not only products but also the lifestyle, especially the culture of innovation.

“How do we promote the culture of innovation. It’s not about the hardware, it’s not about the regulations and incentives but also about the way of live and the culture of innovation which is important because that’s the underpinning for innovation to really succeed,” he told the entourage of Malaysian media with him.

Malaysia has among the biggest number of Facebook users in the world, being ranked 18th with more than 12.7 million users and the Prime Minister personal page has attracted 1.8million ‘Like’.