Colombo: Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Sarath Amunugama said on Thursday that the new government would launch new projects to attract tourists and more foreign direct investments (FDI) to strengthen the country’s economy.
Amaunugama said that the Sri Lankan ambassadors and high commissioners appointed in foreign countries had been briefed to launch campaigns to attract tourists and FDI in addition to fulfilling their diplomatic obligations, Xinhua news agency reported.
Amunugama, earlier this week said that travel advisories which had been issued by some foreign governments against visiting Sri Lanka were unnecessary as public life remained largely undisrupted by the ongoing political turbulence and tourists had not been subjected to any inconvenience. (IANS)
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