During a bilateral meeting held on March 30 at the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference in Hainan, China, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim reaffirmed the close relationship between their countries.
Singapore and Malaysia working together in the digital realm
The leaders reviewed the progress made in bilateral cooperation following PM Anwar’s visit to Singapore in January, where they witnessed the signing of three agreements to strengthen bilateral cooperation and jointly seize opportunities in the digital and green economies. Both countries also agreed to work together on data protection and cyber security.
After the meeting, PM Anwar expressed his hope for a stronger relationship between Singapore and Malaysia, while PM Lee looked forward to deepening ties and cooperation with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Before his departure, Lee discussed economic developments and collaboration opportunities with Feng Fei, Communist Party chief of Hainan, including using Singapore as a launch pad for companies in Hainan to venture into Southeast Asia.
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