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Singapore and Indonesia meet for technical discussions on maritime boundaries

SINGAPORE: Singapore and Indonesia have continued their technical discussions on maritime boundaries in the eastern part of the Strait of Singapore.

In a statement on Tuesday, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said the meeting was held over Monday and Tuesday in Singapore.

The Singapore delegation was led Attorney-General's Chambers' Director-General of International Affairs Pang Khang Chau.

The Indonesian delegation was led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Director for Political, Security and Territorial Treaties Octavino Alimudin.

The two men said the progress reached at the discussions will contribute to strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.

It was the ninth round of technical discussions on the subject between the two countries.

The eighth round was held in Manado, Indonesia in September.

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