No immediate threats to ships in Strait of Malacca

SINGAPORE: The Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) said that it has not received any information on immediate threats to ships heading through the Strait of Malacca and Singapore.

There are also no immediate threats to Singapore-registered ships, it said, in response to media queries, days after China raised its security level for vessels passing through the Malacca Strait, which is a key Asian trade route.

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