India pledges USD 50mn to strengthen defence cooperation

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National Security Advisor of India, Ajith Doval, met President Gotabaya Rajapaksa today and pledged USD 50 million to Sri Lankan security forces to strengthen defence cooperation. At the meeting held at the Presidential Secretariat, Mr. Doval has assured to support Sri Lanka in enhancing intelligence services' capacity. Meanwhile, President Rajapaksa tweeted and said a very cordial discussion was held with Mr. Doval. "Strengthening of bilateral cooperation on national security, intelligence sharing, maritime security and fostering of regional collaboration were some of the key points of discussion," he said.

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  • Jude Sunday, 19 January 2020 10:43 AM

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