PM Modi: India will continue to support Lanka

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Sri Lanka’s newly-elected President Ranil Wickremesinghe and said India will continue to support the people’s quest for stability and economic recovery through established democratic means, the Indian High Commission in Colombo said on Tuesday.

Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Gopal Baglay also met Sri Lankan Prime Minister Dinesh Gunavardhan and Foreign Minister Ali Sabri on Tuesday.

The PM also conveyed that he looks forward to working closely with the President for the mutual benefit of the people and to strengthen the age-old, close and friendly ties between India and Sri Lanka.

Meanwhile, Baglay on Tuesday made a courtesy call on Prime Minister Gunavardhan and extended his congratulations on behalf of the leadership. He also handed over the third consignment of humanitarian supplies like rice and medicines donated by the Tamil Nadu government.


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