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Wednesday, 12 April 2017 - 12:38
Japan to send a special envoy to help Sri Lanka achieve sustainable development
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The government of Japan has decided to appoint a special envoy for Sri Lanka to coordinate the island’s sustainable development activities.

According to Japanese Cabinet Secretary Yoshihade Suga, the advisor to the Japanese Prime Minister’ Dr. Hirotho Isumi will be appointed to the new post.

The Cabinet Secretary announced this during a discussion held with visiting Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe at the Prime Minister’s Office this morning.

Attention was also drawn to security measures and naval transport in the Indian Ocean.

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has said that Sri Lanka is always committed to peace and security, therefore the country will never support or allow any military activities in the Indian Ocean.

Discussions were also had on accelerating the digitalization of television in Sri Lanka.

The Cabinet Secretary said that the Japanese Cabinet has decided to hold the Expo Exhibition 2025 in Osaka and, has sought Sri Lanka’s assistance towards the international trade show.

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