Tue. Oct 20th, 2020

Consul General Lakshman Hulugalle paid a courtesy call on Governor of New South Wales Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC on 13 October 2020 and conveyed to her the very best desires from the President and the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka.Consul General informed the steady political government formed in Sri Lanka followed by a just recently held parliamentary election. He likewise mentioned that the timely measures taken by the Sri Lankan Government, had actually managed the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.During the conversation, Consul General highlighted the significance of friendly bilateral relations with Australia and going through enhanced trade, tourist relations in between the 2 nations. He highlighted the benefit of Sri Lanka’s geographical location which can be established as a regional center for air and sea transportation for financial development of the region. Sri Lanka is also an essential trading partner for Australia in the SAARC area and it is a favourable location for Australian tourists.Margaret Beazley AC QC recalled her happy memory attending Sri Lanka’s 72nd Self-reliance Day celebration in Sydney and the friendly and hospitable people of Sri Lanka. She also said that the educational links between Sri Lanka and Australia might even more improve for the advantage of both countries. She was happy to mention that the Sri Lankan professional who moved to Australia have mastered their professionalism and contributed exceptionally. Throughout the discussion, it was likewise pointed out that the trade training organizations in Sri Lanka might be linked with Australian equivalents such as Technical and Additional Education (TAFE)which might benefit knowledgeable migration from Sri Lanka to Australia.Consul General extended an invitation for Margaret Beazley AC QC to visit Sri Lanka once the COVID-19 pandemic eradicated and worldwide borders are opened.Consul General Lakshman Hulugalle accompanied by Consul(Commercial)Abdul Raheem of the Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Sydney. Source

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