09 May '11, 5am

Malaysia expects to maintain Points of Agreement with Singapore

Jakarta (The Star/ANN) - Malaysia hopes the People's Action Party (PAP) victory in Singapore will ensure the continuation of what both countries have agreed under the Points of Agreement (POA). Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said the ruling party's victory was expected, although election results showed that its popular vote had been reduced. "However, looking at the number of seats won, it can be considered a big victory," he said. Najib said what was important for Malaysia was that it would still deal with the same government. "Now that the general election is over, Malaysia hopes that what both countries have agreed to under the POA like iconic development and connectivity between Johor and Singapore will be given focus and we can see the expected progress," he added. Singapore leader Lee Hsien Loong did not attend the summit, staying at home for the general election. Hi...

Full article: http://sg.news.yahoo.com/malaysia-expects-maintain-points...

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