The possibility of utilizing Royal Rain Making Technology in Sri Lanka had been discussed during the fourth meeting of the Sri Lanka-Thailand Bilateral Political Consultations held on February 27 and 28 in Colombo, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said.
At the meeting, a wide range of matters in areas of mutual collaboration and ongoing programmes in the fields of agriculture, fisheries, science and technology, trade and investment, culture and tourism were also reviewed and discussed.
The local delegation was led by Foreign Affairs Ministry Secretary Prasad Kariyawasam while Busaya Mathel, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand headed the Thai delegation.
The two delegations reaffirmed the commitment to further consolidate and advance bilateral political and economic cooperation.
The convening the fourth Joint Commission on Technical and Economic Cooperation and third Joint Agricultural Working Group between Sri Lanka and Thailand were also discussed.
The two sides stressed the importance of continuing to work together at regional and multilateral fora for advancing shared interests and mutually important issues.
The First Political Consultation between Sri Lanka and Thailand was held in August 2012 in Colombo, with the second and third held in December 2012 and June 2014, in Thailand.