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Bilateral travel arrangements between Singapore and Malaysia finalised

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The Edge Singapore7/26/2020 04:09 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Bilateral travel arrangements between Singapore and Malaysia finalised
Travel application can be submitted from Aug 10 onwards
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Singapore and Malaysia have come to an agreement on all key aspects of a framework that will allow bilateral travel for work and official purposes to resume.

Travel, except for the shipment of goods, has halted for more than four months, after land crossings between the countries were halted to curb the spread of Covid-19.

To allow economies to start recovering, the two countries will be introducing two schemes, the reciprocal green lane (RGL) and periodic commuting arrangement (PCA).

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