Sri Lanka and Iran discuss tourism and investments between two countries
Sri Lanka’s State Minister of Women and Child Development, Pre-schools and Primary Education, School Infrastructure and School Services Piyal Nishantha De Silva has recently held a discussion with Iran’s Ambassador to Sri Lanka.
The State Minister has reportedly highlighted that the long-lasting relationship between Sri Lanka and Iran should be further strengthened.
He has further stated that Sri Lanka has established enhanced relations with Iran in the fields of investment, tourism promotion, and education.
The Iranian Ambassador to Sri Lanka has reportedly pointed out that effective steps would be taken to uplift and promote relations with Sri Lanka in tourism and investments fields.
Sri Lanka is currently engaged in expanding its business/investment/trade ties with foreign countries. The island is also fast becoming a business hub in the South Asian region given it’s geographical positioning in the Indian ocean and the many trade agreements as well as tradeconcessions enjoyed by the country. With Sri Lanka’s aggressive development programme aimed at taking the country to the next level of development and its broadening trade ties, Sri Lanka poses an attractive business destination. Foreign businesses/investors could therefore explore opportunities in Sri Lanka.
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