The 12th Meeting of the Brunei-Singapore Working Group held last April has produced a fruitful discussion. The meeting also witnessed a substantial progress of the activities and programmes carried out under the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding on Bilateral Partnership in Environmental Affairs, through continuous exchange on environmental programmes, ranging from waste management, air quality management, water resources management and environmental education. This was stated by Doctor Nor Imtihan binti Abdul Razak, Acting Permanent Secretary for Administration and Finance at the Ministry of Development at the 12th Meeting of Brunei-Singapore Joint Committee on the Environment.

At the meeting, Doctor Nor Imtihan commended on the commitment and contribution given by both parties since the bilateral co-operation began 12 years ago.

The meeting was chaired by Doctor Nor Imtihan and Mr. Albert Chua, the Permanent Secretary of Singapore's Ministry of Environment and Water Resources. The one-day meeting reviewed the progress in the existing areas of cooperation, which included the activities and programmes carried out under the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding in solid waste management, air quality management, environmental youth exchange programme and water resource management. Also in attendance was Awang Haji Marzuke bin Haji Mohsin, Permanent Secretary for Technical and Professional at the Ministry of Development.

Source: Radio Television Brunei