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Malaysia’s Prime Minister Ismail Sabri and Deputy PM Lawrence Wong (Photo from Lawrence Wong's Facebook page)

SG, Malaysia mull discussions on high-speed rail project revival 

Deputy PM Lawrence Wong said SG is open to fresh proposals from Malaysia.

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Ismail Sabri has expressed interest to revive talks on the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High-Speed Rail (HSR) project which was terminated last year, Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong revealed.

In response to Sabri, Wong said Singapore is open to fresh proposals from Malaysia on the rail project.

Sabri and Wong met during Wong’s visit to Malaysia. He will be in the country until 7 September.

Apart from the HSR project, the two leaders also discussed the progress of the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link Project that will connect Johor Bahru and Woodlands.

Wong said he is also looking forward to collaborating with Malaysia in new areas of cooperation in green and digital economies.
 

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