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Bilateral cooperation SL expected to sign a few MoUs during Pakistan PM’s visit

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  • An existing MoU would also be renewed during the visit 
  • The visit takes place at a time when SL is in a rigorous exercise  of diplomatic operation to woo the support of  member states of  UNHRC

By Kelum Bandara

Sri Lanka is expected to sign a few MoUs with Pakistan on bilateral cooperation, during the visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on February 22, Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardane said yesterday.   

The Minister told Daily Mirror that an existing MoU would also be renewed during the visit.   


The visit takes place at a time when Sri Lanka is in a rigorous exercise of diplomatic operation to woo the support of  member states of the UNHRC- that is to thwart any effort to move a resolution on Sri Lanka. Pakistan has been a supporter of Sri Lanka at the UNHRC right throughout. Pakistan is also an active member of the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC). 

 

  • Pakistan has been a supporter of Sri Lanka at the UNHRC right throughout

 

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