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Malaysian PM Anwar Commences Two-Day Working Visit to Singapore

Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has touched down in Singapore, commencing his two-day working visit in conjunction with the 10th Malaysia-Singapore Leaders’ Retreat scheduled to begin tomorrow. The Prime Minister’s aircraft landed at the VIP Complex of Changi International Airport at 10 PM, where he received a warm welcome from Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, and Singapore’s High Commissioner to Malaysia, Vanu Gopala Menon. He was also greeted by Malaysia’s Foreign Minister, Datuk Seri Zambry Abdul Kadir, and Malaysia’s High Commissioner to Singapore, Datuk Azfar Mohamad Mustafar.

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Anwar’s visit marks his third to Singapore since assuming office as Malaysia’s Prime Minister. During this visit, he is set to engage in discussions with his Singaporean counterpart, Lee Hsien Loong, to explore avenues for advancing bilateral relations and cooperation. The agenda includes measures to enhance connectivity, cross-border movements, and green energy initiatives. This visit marks the inaugural meeting between the two leaders within the framework of the Leaders’ Retreat. Moreover, both leaders are expected to witness the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) pertaining to entrepreneurship and a side letter aimed at enhancing provisions within the Third Malaysia-Singapore Business Development Fund (MSBDF).

Anwar is also slated to pay a courtesy call on Singapore’s President, Tharman Shanmugaratnam. The Malaysia-Singapore Leaders’ Retreat, hosted alternately since 2007, represents the highest-level bilateral mechanism fostering relations between the two nations.