With the election of Republican Candidate Donald Trump as the President of the US, US Ambassador for Sri Lanka Atul Keshap said he hoped the admiration of the new administration towards Sri Lanka would remain the same.
In a comment to a local radio channel, Mr. Keshap said “I can’t speak for the new administration but I think that the sense of admiration for Sri Lanka will long continue because of the leadership your people have shown,” he said.
He said the diplomats, security officers and civil servants of the US would continue to follow the lawfully elected authority of the country. “We look forward to what our president-elect will determine and how he will decide as administration goes,” he said.
Kaboos Friday, 11 November 2016 12:28 PM
Yes US Ambassador unlike Sri Lanka America foreign policy will remain with the new administration. . Same old drugs with different labels.
AIA Friday, 11 November 2016 12:49 PM
But its doubtful whether the admiration will be the same towards you from the new administration !!
Hiran Friday, 11 November 2016 01:01 PM
Thank you Mr. Keshap for all the supports! We hope US would make more investments in SL that could enhance more jobs with quality pay and importantly provide platform for SL manufactured products/ services to be sold in the US.
Ravi Wikramasinghe Friday, 11 November 2016 01:13 PM
No Thanks! pl. spend your time to clean your horrible backyard. now we know how your democracy works, we learnt it thanks to Putin, Assange
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