The United Nations has acknowledged the constitutional transfer of power to a new President in Sri Lanka.
“Now is the time for all stakeholders to engage in broad and inclusive consultations to resolve the current economic crisis and the grievances of the people,” UN Resident Co-ordinator Hanaa Singer-Hamdy tweeted.
Seyed Zafarullah Khan Thursday, 21 July 2022 04:52 PM
The UN should offer an economic package during the crisis...
Ala Menda Thursday, 21 July 2022 05:12 PM
All countries can start by removing travel advisories and by encouraging tourism. Friendly helpful people.
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