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PM Lee says he and SAF leaders 'take safety with utmost seriousness'PM Lee Hsien Loong says recent NS training deaths 'painful'; assures Singaporeans that he and the SAF leadership take safety with utmost seriousness 'We know zero fatalities is extremely hard to achieve. But we will strive for it, because every life is precious to us': PM Lee Hsien Loong on NS training deaths
PM Lee says he and SAF leadership 'take safety with utmost seriousness'SINGAPORE Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday stressed that he and the Singapore Armed Forces leadership take safety with the utmost seriousness, in his first public comments on the recent SAF training deaths. Read more at The Business Times.
PM Lee says he and SAF leadership take safety with utmost seriousness'The recent SAF incidents have been very painful, because they cost precious lives. I know how heartbreaking this is to all of us, and especially the families,' Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday, in his first public comments on the recent Singapore Armed Forces training deaths.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Wow
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