SINGAPORE, April 7 (Bernama) – It is obvious that both Malaysia and Singapore are keeping their channel of communication widely open in their efforts to solve bilateral issues, although tensions escalated at times due to “exchange” of words.
Through numerous meetings, two bilateral issues had successfully been resolved so far. One is the postponement of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR). The other one, recently (Apr 6), is on the airspace over Pasir Gudang.
Malaysia and Singapore, neighbouring countries located just a kilometre away from each other, are currently intensively working on solving few other outstanding matters, such as the maritime border issue and the 1962 Water Agreement.
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