Malaysia, Singapore discuss joint projects
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Malaysia and Singapore will look into one or two iconic projects within the Iskandar Malaysia region in Johor to symbolise the cooperation between the two nations, reported Strait Times.
The two leaders who were in Pattaya, Thailand, to attend an Asean summit with their dialogue partners decided to have lunch when the summit got scuttled by anti government protestors.
“Lee decided to have lunch with me, just the two of us. It was positive. It was more of a chat, an informal way to get to know each other, and work closely,” Najib told Malaysian reporters before departing for home. He said Lee had invited him to visit Singapore.
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