Singapore refutes claim that it refused to allow cloud-seeding in Johor

Drying out: The Sungai Lebam dam earlier this year. Its current level has dropped below the one pictured.

JOHOR BARU: Singapore has refuted claims that it does not allow cloud-seeding operations over the Sungai Lebam and Layang dams in Johor.

Instead, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has always cooperated with Malaysia's Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) to facilitate  flight activities including for such operations.

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