Sri Lanka seeks Credit Assistance from Russia to import fuel

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Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the president of Sri Lanka, claimed that he and Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, had a very fruitful phone call.

The President posted on Twitter, “While thanking him for all the assistance provided by his administration to overcome the difficulties of the past, I asked an offer of loan support to import fuel to Sri Lanka in order to overcome the current economic difficulties.”

Additionally, President Rajapaksa has asked for Aeroflot operations in Sri Lanka to be resumed.

The President tweeted, “We unanimously agreed that enhancing bilateral ties in areas like tourism, trade, & culture was vital in reaffirming the affinity our two nations cherish.

Written by: Relaks Radio

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