Bilateral discussions between the President and the Indian Prime Minister

Friday, 31 May 2019 - 13:22


President Maithripala Sirisena who went to India to participate in the swearing-in of the Indian Prime Minister engaged in bilateral discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.

Indian media reported that these discussions were held at Hyderabad House, which is the official residence of the Prime Minister.

The President attended the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Modi yesterday, as a special invitee.

It is said that meanwhile, Ministers Rauf Hakeem, Mano Ganesan as well as Member of Parliament Arumugam Thondaman who went to participate in the Indian Premier’s swearing-in ceremony were due to meet the Prime Minister Modi this morning.

Minister Rauf Hakeem had posted on his Twitter account about this. He had further said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who was scheduled to visit the Maldives Islands on 8 June would be engaging in a short tour of Sri Lanka on his way back to India on 9 June.

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