Modi terms his Lanka visit as “strong relationship” visit

Photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today mentioned that his visit to Sri Lanka is a sign of “strong relationship” between the two countries.

In the social media address he mentioned: “I will be in Sri Lanka for a two-day visit starting today. This will be my second bilateral visit there in two years, a sign of our strong relationship.”

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He will be inaugurating a hospital in Sri Lanka built with Indian assistance.

“During my visit, I will join the International Vesak Day celebrations in Colombo on May 12, where I will interact with leading Buddhist spiritual leaders, scholars and theologians,” the Prime Minister said.

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