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PUTRAJAYA (March 14): Malaysia and Singapore are to implement five recommendations with effect from today to resolve the maritime issues surrounding the port limits of the two countries.
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Singapore are to implement five recommendations with effect from today, to resolve the maritime issues surrounding the port limits of the two countries.
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PUTRAJAYA (March 14): Malaysia and Singapore are to implement five recommendations with effect from today to resolve the maritime issues surrounding the port limits of the two countries.
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PUTRAJAYA, Mar 14 — Malaysia and Singapore will both temporarily rescind their respective port limit extensions that triggered a maritime border dispute last year in order to facilitate negotiations...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Singapore on Thursday (Mar 14) agreed to mutually suspend the implementation of their overlapping port limits, as part of measures announced to dial down tensions in their ma...
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Four Malaysians, who were recently released from prison in Cambodia, learned a valuable lesson over accepting offers of well-paid jobs abroad via a smartphone app without stopping to think it may be a...
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SEPANG, Feb 17 — Four Malaysians, who were recently released from a prison in Cambodia, learned a valuable lesson for accepting offers of well-paid jobs abroad via a smartphone app without stopping ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 10 — Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) today said that it had warned Greece-registered bulk carrier Piraeus, which collided with a Malaysian Marine Department vessel, ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 10 — The collision between Greece-registered bulk-carrier Piraeus and Malaysia’s MV Polaris took place within Singaporean waters, the republic’s Foreign Affairs Ministry (MFA) ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 9 — A Greece-registered bulk carrier has collided with the Malaysian Marine Department vessel MV Polaris that is anchored in the Johor new port limits earlier today.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 29): The Malaysia and Singapore Working Group has met in Putrajaya yesterday to discuss maritime issues surrounding the Johor Bahru Port Limits and Singapore Port Limits.
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A joint working group looking at the maritime boundaries dispute between Singapore and Malaysia met in Putrajaya, Malaysia, yesterday and had "constructive discussions on a set of positive recommendat...
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The Malaysia-Singapore working group on the ongoing maritime dispute held its inaugural meeting today in Putrajaya.
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PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia-Singapore working group on maritime issues will submit a set of positive recommendations to the foreign ministers of the two countries following their meeting in Putrajaya ...
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KUALA LUMPUR(Jan 28): The Malaysia-Singapore Working Group established by the Foreign Ministers of Malaysia and Singapore has met for the first time in Putrajaya today, according to a joint statement ...
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SINGAPORE: Representatives from Singapore and Malaysia held "constructive discussions" on Monday (Jan 28) when a working group set up to iron out maritime issues involving the port limits of both coun...
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SINGAPORE - A joint working group looking at the maritime boundaries dispute between Singapore and Malaysia met in Putrajaya, Malaysia on Monday (Jan 28), and had "constructive discussions on a set of...
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SINGAPORE: Singapore and Malaysia officials will meet “in the coming weeks” to discuss ongoing disputes about airspace and maritime issues, Malaysia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Saturda...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said today.
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said in statement today.
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Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said in statement today.
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 19 — Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said in statement today.
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PUTRAJAYA • Ties between Malaysia and Singapore are still "good", Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said yesterday, despite ongoing air and maritime disputes between the two countries.
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PUTRAJAYA - Ties between Malaysia and Singapore are still "good", said Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah on Wednesday (Jan 16), despite ongoing air and maritime disputes between the two co...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia-Singapore relations remain good despite the need for further discussions on several matters, Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said today.
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PUTRAJAYA (Jan 16): Malaysia-Singapore relations remain good despite the need for further discussions on several matters, Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said today.
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PUTRAJAYA (Jan 16): Malaysia-Singapore relations remain good despite the need for further discussions on several matters, Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said today.
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 16 — Malaysia-Singapore relations remain good despite the need for further discussions on several matters, Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said today.
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COMMENTARY, Jan 12 — All things considered, the recent bilateral talk between our Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah and his Singapore counterpart Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was a victory for M...
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Johor's Menteri Besar Osman Sapian took to social media late on Wednesday night to share photos of him visiting a Malaysian government vessel anchored in Singapore's territorial waters off Tuas.
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SINGAPORE - There were five Malaysian government vessels in Singapore's territorial waters off Tuas as of Wednesday (Jan 9) evening, said the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) on Thursday...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 10): The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of t...
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KUALA LUMPUR : The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of the instrument l...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says it is important for Malaysia and Singapore to reach an agreement over airspace issues, following a bilateral meeting with his Singapore counterpa...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 10 — The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of the...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 9): The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of the instr...
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Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's audience with Johor ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar tomorrow will not touch on issues pertaining to the country's ties with Singapore, says Foreign Ministe...
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 9 — After over a month securing nearby ships, Malaysia Marine Department (MMD) vessel MV Polaris has left the contested waters off Johor following the completion of bilateral talks be...
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SINGAPORE: Malaysia will immediately suspend its permanent restricted area in the airspace over Pasir Gudang, while Singapore will similarly suspend its implementation of Instrument Landing System (I...
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PETALING JAYA: Twelve ministries welcome their new secretaries-­general who are either rotated or promoted.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Twelve ministries are getting new secretaries-general, said Chief Secretary to the Government Ismail Bakar.
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KUALA LUMPUR : Twelve ministries are getting new secretaries-general, said the Chief Secretary to the Government, Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Bakar (pix) .
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 4): Twelve Ministries are getting new secretaries-general, said the Chief Secretary to the Government, Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Bakar.