Presidential Advisory Group appointed to deal with the IMF
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has appointed a Presidential Advisory Group on Multilateral Engagement and Debt Sustainability.
The President’s Media Division said the Advisory Group includes Former Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and Former Director, Economic Affairs Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat Dr. Indrajit Coomaraswamy, Professor of the Practice of Development, Georgetown University and Former Chief Economist, World Bank Prof. Shanta Devarajan, and Former Director, Institute of Capacity Development of the IMF Institute, and Former Deputy Director, Africa Department, IMF Dr Sharmini Coorey.
The PMD said since the appointment of the Presidential Advisory Group, its members have held a round of discussions with the President on key matters in going forward with the IMF programme, and will continue to be in regular communication with related requirements.
The Presidential Advisory Group is vested with engaging in discussions with relevant local institutions and officials engaging with the IMF, and to provide guidance that will address the present debt crisis and lead towards sustainable and inclusive recovery for Sri Lanka.
(Source: News Radio)
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These idiots / monkeys in the Committee, have they accepted their appointments?
These idiots are shoring up a regime which is tottering on its last legs.
They Satakaya Clan know better are even shipping their stolen wealth under the guise of nuclear waste.
Never seen such idiot professionals in my life.
Roxie, It does not quite fit even for the idiots to swallow since Sri Lanka does not produce any significant amount (very possibly none) of nuclear waste and whatever produced is dealt under the observation of IAEA (just do some work to find out what IAEA is, it is good for your moronic, disillusioned senile head). What about coming up with Rajapakshas are even shipping their stolen wealth inside the guise of used Srilankan sanitary pads? That will be somewhat believable to the uprising population. Bye for now my love. Just wait for the announcement by British Foreign and Commonwealth Office warning British tourists not to go to SL due to unrest. May be you can pickle that achievement to preserve since it is coming on top of the US warning to American tourists.