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04 Jun 2024 | Tue 15:23
FM Zameer arrived in Sri Lanka on Monday
FM Zameer arrived in Sri Lanka on Monday
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FM Zameer in Sri Lanka
FM Zameer in Sri Lanka on official visit
He touched down at Colombo, Sri Lanka on Monday
The visit will also see FM Zameer engaging in bilateral talks with his Sri Lankan counterpart
FM Zameer will conclude his official visit to Sri Lanka on June 6

Minister of Foreign Affairs Moosa Zameer is in Sri Lanka on an official visit.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that the foreign minister departed from Velana International Airport (VIA) on June 3.

He touched down at Colombo, Sri Lanka on Monday and was received by the State Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, Tharaka Balasuriya.

In a post on social media platform ‘X’ following his arrival, FM Zameer expressed hope to observe fruitful bilateral engagements and discussions.

His visit comes upon the official invitation of Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka M.U.M. Ali Sabry.

FM Zameer will conclude his official visit to Sri Lanka on June 6.

As part of the visit, the Maldivian minister will be paying courtesy calls on President of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe and Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Dinesh Gunawardena.

The visit will also see FM Zameer engaging in bilateral talks with his Sri Lankan counterpart.

The discussions will revolve around ways to further enhance the longstanding bilateral relations between Maldives and Sri Lanka, as well as the provision of convenient facilities to the Maldivian community residing in Sri Lanka.

FM Zameer will be sitting down for talks with other senior officials from the Sri Lankan government, to explore opportunities to enhance cooperation in multiple sectors.

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sheryna Abdul Samad, Additional Secretary Shiruzimath Sameer and Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Aishath Fareena are accompanying the minister during the trip.

FM Zameer recently concluded a fruitful official visit to Antigua and Barbuda alongside President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu, to attend the fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS).

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