Sri Lanka’s Golden Paradise visa scheme promoted in Tehran.
Sri Lanka’s Embassy in Tehran in Iran in collaboration with the Department of Immigration and Emigration in Sri Lanka has reportedly organised a promotional event on the “Golden Paradise visa scheme” and other visa facilities of Sri Lanka at the Chancery premises recently.
Over 50 invitees, including representatives from Chambers of Commerce, key investors, prominent business personnel, leading travel agents and tour operators, airline representatives, media personnel, and other invitees attended. The objective of the event was to brief invitees on the visa facilities being provided by Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the Islamic Republic of Iran Vipulatheja Vishwanath Aponsu has stated in his opening remarks that Sri Lanka welcomes foreign investors and businesspeople to invest in Sri Lanka and that the authorities provide them with the required infrastructure.
He has further noted the investments as well as diverse tourism opportunities offered by Sri Lanka and that the Sri Lankan government was focused on promoting investment and tourism sectors through infrastructure development and liberalisation of visa regimes, while noting that contributions by foreign investors and businessmen will help rebuild the economy of Sri Lanka.
The recently launched Golden Paradise visa scheme for interested foreign investors and business personnel to invest, live, and study in Sri Lanka was highlighted at the event while noting that it is a long-term residence visa scheme dedicated to investors and their family members to enjoy the benefits of Sri Lanka.
Prominent Iranian investor and businessman Alireza Bardaei has noted that the event was an opportunity for interested investors and tourists to sort out their issues and obstacles.
Sri Lanka is currently engaged in promoting opportunities in the country while attracting foreign businesses/investors. Local authorities have on offer several incentive schemes for foreign businesses/investors looking at investing in Sri Lanka whole also launching the long term visa programme – Golden Paradise. The country’s key economic sectors are on a growth path while Sri Lanka is being pushed towards becoming an emerging business destination in the South Asian region. Sri Lanka’s geographical positioning in the Indian Ocean and the many trade agreements as well as trade concessions enjoyed by the country have also helped further boost the country’s opportunities. They have also increased Sri Lanka’s business potential. Therefore, foreign businesses/investors could confidently explore the growing opportunities in Sri Lanka.
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