Malaysia to explore new investment opportunities in Sri Lanka
Malaysia is ready to explore new investment opportunities in Sri Lanka, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said.
President Maithripala Sirisena who is currently on a state visit to Malaysia, held bilateral discussions with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak at the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday.
A colourful welcome ceremony was organised at the premises of the Prime Minister’s Office to welcome the President who was also accorded a Guard of Honour by the Armed Forces.
After being accorded a red carpet welcome by the Malaysian Prime Minister, the President was escorted to the Prime Minister’s Office for talks. Later, both the leaders held bilateral discussions. Five agreements were signed between the two leaders covering the areas such as foreign employment, youth development, tourism, culture and agriculture.
Expressing his views the President said that his prime expectations are to build reconciliation in the country and to create a stable and economically developed Sri Lanka.
He further said that the Government is committed to strengthening country’s reconciliation process and create a stable economic development the Government is taking the assistance of friendly countries in the world.
President Sirisena said that the new agreements signed will pave the way to create new relations between the two countries in the fields of tourism, education, foreign employment and agriculture.
The President also suggested the Malaysian Prime Minister to introduce a new scheme to expand the educational opportunities to Sri Lankan students to study in Malaysia.
The President recalled his previous visit to Malaysia 9 years ago as the Minister of Agriculture and said that during that tour he observed the progress made by Malaysia in the field of agriculture and further said the Government expects the technical assistance of Malaysia to develop the Sri Lanka’s agricultural industry.
The Malaysian Prime Minister stated that the programme for coexistence and reconciliation in Sri Lanka has drawn the attention of the entire world. “It is the objective of Malaysia to enhance the investment and trade opportunities in every sector in Sri Lanka”, he said. He also stated that Malaysia is always ready to assist in the investment of the education sector in Sri Lanka.
The Prime Minister pointed out that Malaysia has more opportunities for technical training. He also said Malaysia is ready to help Sri Lanka in that regard.
The two leaders also discussed about enhancing of tourism between the two countries.
The Malaysian Prime Minister thanked President Sirisena for visiting Malaysia.
President Sirisena, mentioning that this is a historic occasion when Malaysia made an official invitation to a Sri Lankan leader after 19 years, thanked the government of Malaysia for its invitation.
The President further stated that Sri Lanka will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Sri Lanka and Malaysia. He also invited the Malaysian Prime Minister to visit Sri Lanka.
Foreign Affairs Minister Mangala Samaraweera, Deputy Foreign Employment Minister Manusha Nanayakkara, Deputy Cultural affairs Minister Palitha Thevarapperua and former Colombo Mayor A.J.M. Muzammil also participated in this occasion.
(Source: Daily News)
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The Thambiya Mudalali’s must be celebrating.
Yeah, Yeah, new investment opportunities in the motherland from their brothers in Malaysia. The millions are swirling before their eyes. Brother Muzzamil is already there in the Presidential delegation.
There’s an obstruction to be eliminated. The Super Sinhala Buddhist mouthpiece, Ven Gnanasara needs to be silenced. Thambiyas say, ‘let’s fix him brothers, this mouthpiece speaks the not only the truth, but speaks it loudly too’.
The people are brain washed regarding climate change with respect to coal fueled electricity for with their 100 meter chimneys they pump into the global atmosphere jest like all developed and developing countries have done and are doing like countries like Singapore, India. China USA , Vietnam ect they all have plans to go on pumping carbon emissions into the global atmosphere for unlike our politicians they are very concern regarding the welfare of their people as such investors are flocking to those countries and avoiding us for our ministers to obtain commissions by the sale of solar power we the people are being being deprived of a high standard of living contravening article 3. 12. and 27 of our country’s constitution if no correction is made to this attitude of solar power within a year our country will be in a chaotic situation without any signs of a million jobs which even a super ministry will be unable to solve
What’s your problem? If the Thambiya Mudalali’s get richer, our Parliamentarians and Public Servants can earn more money when selling their duty free car permits!
C’mon Chie, look at the positive side.
Musamil will be the next high commissioner to Malaysia.
Who doesn’t have any diplomatic knowledge or educated enough to handle any position as such.
Government mentioned that they will stop political appointments.
But there are plenty of situations that they do what the said they will not do.
Diplomatic positions should fill with the people who has proper knowledge in mission. Else country will get bad names, bad reputation.