Sri Lanka president asks officials to remove obstacles to India-backed projects
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Sri Lanka’s president on Friday asked officials to resolve obstacles to projects backed by India, a government statement said, without specifying what the obstacles were.
President Ranil Wickremesinghe chaired a discussion on the progress of several development projects under Indian investment, and told officials “to take steps to resolve the obstacles that have arisen in the progress of several projects in Sri Lanka under Indian investments”.
India has offered support of billions of dollars this year to its southern neighbour, which is facing its worst economic crisis in more than a decade.
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After appointing 37 State Ministers under the prevailing economic situation in the country, people lost all faith they had on our current President & consider all are stories. People had hope, but…now expecting the worst & all remains to be seen in the near future ?
Dear Independent Observer,
Are you representing the cocaine laden Aragalayists?
You sound like like Mudalige / Weerasekera / Kumara Gunaratnam’s mouth piece.
To run a Govt, people with specific responsibilities are required.
The Prezzo called all in Parliament to join. Unfortunately, the ModaDasa and his SJB stupids, petty breakaway groups and Pambaya Sirisena and the TNA continue to live in their rat-holes.
Whatever said, the Pohottu, similar to the UNP, are the most progressive political party in the nation.