Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim on Friday said he will be meeting Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and owner of Twitter, to discuss the billionaire’s investment in the Southeast Asian nation, Reuters reported.

“Next week, Elon Musk asked to discuss with me the possibility and his commitment to increase his investments in Malaysia,” Anwar was quoted as saying in a speech during an event with civil servants.

Earlier in March, the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) said it had approved electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc’s application to import battery-run EVs into Malaysia.

The ministry said Tesla will open an office, showrooms and service centres in the country and establish a network of charging stations for its cars, but did not say when.

According to the statement then, MITI said Tesla’s presence in Malaysia is expected to create skilled and better paying job opportunities for workers in the Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) segment and increase the participation of local companies in the Tesla ecosystem both domestically and globally.

Anwar did not provide any other details of next week’s meeting, according to the report on Friday.

The Prime Minister’s Office has yet to respond to TechNode Global‘s query at press time.

Malaysia government approves Tesla’s application to import BEVs into the country