However, despite of having all the professional naval components and most well-equipped air forces in Southeast Asia region, Singapore still remain small and powerless compared to huge countries such as Indonesia and China. In a recent news, the Minister of People‘s Welfare of Indonesia, Agung Lakson, had accused Singaporeans of being childish towards the issue of haze. He even said that they will not consider putting off the flame without more than a million dollar from our Singapore government. The strength of our military force shows no threat to them and it seem like money ...
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