© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: An individual waves a Sri Lankan flag as demonstrators shout slogans demanding the rapid launch from police custody of the demonstrators who have been obstructing an entrance to Sri Lanka’s Presidential Secretariat, amid the nation’s financial cris
COLOMBO (Reuters) – Sri Lanka will maintain a donor convention with China, India and Japan because it seeks abroad help to discover a method out of its worst financial disaster in many years, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe informed parliament on Wednesday.
“We want the assist of India, Japan and China, who’ve been historic allies,” he stated.
A high-level delegation from India will even arrive on Thursday for talks on further assist from New Delhi, whereas a particular crew from the U.S. Treasury will go to subsequent week, Wickremesinghe stated.