Sri Lanka’s foreign policy based on neutrality: President

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa welcoming four new envoys to the country has emphasized that top most priority of the government is development and as a nation, Sri Lanka has chosen a neutral foreign policy

Oct 01, 2020
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Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa welcoming four new envoys to the country has emphasized that top most priority of the government is development and as a nation, Sri Lanka has chosen a neutral foreign policy.

“Sri Lanka is located in a place of strategic importance. Therefore, our country is attracted to many parties. In this context, Sri Lanka has chosen neutrality as its foreign policy,” President Rajapaksa has told the new envoys to the country.

“Our top most priority is mutually beneficial development cooperation. This country is open for foreign investments,” the President said during a brief cordial conversation with four newly appointed Ambassadors to Sri Lanka following presentation of their credentials at the President’s House this morning (30).

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