"The queries arose from Malaysia's inaccurate claim earlier in the day that this matter had only come to their attention two months ago (October 2018)," said Singapore's Ministry of Transport in a statement.
The remaining structures are known to attract drug addicts, criminals and there are even reports of people hunting for ghosts.
MoT slams Singapore's 'selective' release of documents over Seletar flight path dispute, calls for full disclosure
"Failing to do so, we are prepared to release the letters for full disclosure of such information for the public's comprehension of our stand on the same."
The Singaporean Ministry of Foreign Affairs also welcomed Malaysia's agreement to its proposed meeting of both countries' officials in the second week of January next year to exchange views on resolving the issue of Johor Bahru Port's limits.
"We will talk to them (Singapore); we do not want a confrontation with Singapore...sometimes there are overlapping (claims) but we can settle this via negotiations.”
“We feel that there is a need for a better democracy as people should be given the right to vote, but right now we will implement other promises in our manifesto first, when that is done, we can bring up other stuff, let’s do it step by step.”
“If we drag the matter for too long, it will incur costs and be a waste of manpower. We will evaluate this before we make a decision.”
"Previously it was decided on a weekly basis. We have received a lot of feedback from the petrol dealers and oil companies and also the public (on the matter).”
"The analysis results are expected to be submitted to the Cabinet for consideration and consent in May next year."