No agenda set for talks with Singapore PM — Dr M

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KUALA LUMPUR: No top­ics have been set for the dis­cus­sions with Singapore Prime Min­is­ter Lee Hsien Loong who is sched­uled to call on Prime Min­is­ter Tun Dr Ma­hathir Mo­hamad to­mor­row.

“We have not picked any sub­ject but we will have dis­cus­sions, and if he raises any is­sue, we will dis­cuss it.

“But, at the mo­ment, I’m still try­ing to fig­ure out our stand with re­gard to cer­tain is­sues, which is not fi­nalised yet.

I can­not tell you what I am go­ing to dis­cuss,” he told a press con­fer­ence af­ter chair­ing a meet­ing of the Pakatan Hara­pan Pres­i­den­tial Coun­cil here yes­ter­day.

Lee had said that Singapore needed to pay close at­ten­tion to its clos­est neigh­bour for mu­tual ben­e­fit.

He said Singapore and Malaysia com­pleted sev­eral ma­jor projects, in­clud­ing the Sec­ond Link at Tuas, when Dr Ma­hathir was the prime min­is­ter of Malaysia from 1981 to 2003. — Ber­nama

Dr Ma­hathir leav­ing the Per­dana Lead­er­ship Foun­da­tion. — Ber­nama photo

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