Day: Friday December 6th, 2019

Australia will extend its highest possible support to Sri Lanka which is on a trajectory with a new vision – Australian High Commissioner

The Australian High Commissioner in Sri Lanka David Holly called on President Goatabaya Rajapaksa at the Presidential Secretariat today (06). Extending his and his government’s greetings to President Rajapaksa, the Australian High Commissioner said he will facilitate Australia’s highest possible support to Sri Lanka which is on a trajectory with a new vision. The two…

Sri Lanka – Maldives for a free and open Indian Ocean

The Maldivian Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulla Shahid called on President Gotabaya  Rajapaksa at the Presidential Secretariat this afternoon (05). Minister Shahid extended warm greetings, on his and the Maldivian President Mohomad  Solih’s behalf, to President Rajapaksa on his election to the office of the President of Sri Lanka. While expressing satisfaction over the status…

President envisages radical transformation in education sector

 Formulate a mechanism to enroll students to universities soon after A/L –      Recruit unemployed graduates after training to vacant positions –      Build a workforce appropriate to the country’s needs and its economy –      Avail opportunities for every student who qualifies A/L –      Priority for Information Technology President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said swift actions should be taken to develop the education…

Two new Governors sworn in

New Governors for the Eastern and North Central Provinces were sworn in before President Gotabaya Rajapaksa at the Presidential Secretariat this afternoon (04). Ms. Anuradha Yahampath took oaths as the Governor of the Eastern Province while Prof. Tissa Vitharana was appointed as the Governor of the North Central Province.

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