Singapore: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Brunei’s Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah discussed at a meeting in Brunei on Saturday (July 16) how to expand bilateral cooperation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said on Sunday. Said to.

This includes building close personal relationships between Singapore and Brunei’s next generation leaders.

Lee and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah met for breakfast and a morning walk. Brunei’s Crown Prince Almuta Deviler also attended the meeting.

Lee and Madame Hochin were in Brunei from Thursday to Saturday to attend the celebration of Sultan’s 76th birthday.

“Prime Minister Lee delivered a birthday greeting from Singapore, reaffirming the special and unique relationship between Singapore and Brunei,” the MFA said in a statement.

“Prime Minister Lee and His Majesty discussed ways to expand bilateral cooperation, including fostering close personal relationships between the next generation of leaders.”

Source link

Previous articleCitigroup’s profits exceed expectations of the trading boom
Next articleFrom Iceland — Two rescued from a leaking boat in Breizafjordur