Sri Lanka once again praised India Sri Lankan news in Gujarati
Sri Lanka News in GujaratiSri Lanka’s Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekara said that India is the only country which has given us a credit line. Sri Lanka has once again praised the Indian government.
Sri Lanka, which has been facing severe economic crisis for the last seven decades, will take a long time to recover. President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and PM Ranil Wickremesinghe have resigned from their posts.
Sri Lanka praised the Indian government
Sri Lanka has once again praised the Indian government for the country’s move towards an all-party government. Sri Lanka’s Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekera said that India is the only country which has given us a line of credit. We hope that other rich countries of the world will also come forward to help Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekera has requested the supply of fuel from different countries of the world. He said that whoever comes forward to help us, we appreciate him. Right now India is the only country that has given us a line of credit.
Negotiations are also going on with Russia
Kanchana Wijesekara said that we are also discussing with the Russian government. The initial meetings have already taken place in Russia. We have conveyed our requirements to them and we are working on it. We are waiting to hear what kind of facilities Russia will provide to Sri Lanka.
Significantly, Sri Lanka is currently facing a serious economic crisis since 1948. The government has fallen in the country and preparations are on to form a new government.
The election of the new president is to be held on July 21. On the other hand, the prices of daily necessities are skyrocketing in Sri Lanka. Due to lack of fuel, the wheels of the vehicles are frozen.
People are getting petrol after standing in line for several days. In the midst of this uproar, there are fierce demonstrations on the streets as well. Protesters have occupied the residences of the President and the PM amid violent incidents in many areas. The army has taken step by step to bring the situation under control in Sri Lanka.