“In order to strive for early harvest and bring tangible benefit to the two peoples, China stands ready to work with the Sri Lankan side to accelerate the implementation of the major-projects cooperation under the framework of the “Belt and Road” Initiative,” the Chinese Embassy said. Ambassador Cheng highlighted the bilateral economic and trade relation, especially major-projects cooperation as the ballast stone of Sino-Sri Lanka relations. During the meeting, Ambassador Cheng elaborated on current progress together with difficulties of the mega-projects cooperation between the two countries and called upon the Sri Lankan Government pushing for practical solutions.Wickremasinghe thanked China for its long-term support to Sri Lanka’s economic and social development and hoped that China’s assistance and aid would benefit more grassroot people. The Prime Minister emphasized that Sri Lanka attaches great importance to mega-projects cooperation between the two countries and his commitment to tackle the practical difficulties listed by the Chinese side.The Prime Minister said he will urge the Ministerial committee on the Hambantota development project and the Ministry of Southern Development to coordinate with the concerned departments to speed up the implementation of pragmatic cooperation such as the development of the Hambantota Port and industrial zone, so as to bring real benefits to the Sri Lankan people in an early date, the Chinese Embassy said.Commercial Counsellor of the Embassy Yang Zuoyuan and Minister of Southern Development Sagala Ratnayaka participated in the meeting. (Colombo Gazette) Sri Lanka has assured China it will tackle issues related to project deals between both countries.The Chinese Ambassador to Sri Lanka Cheng Xueyuan held a working consultation with Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe at Temple Tree where both sides reviewed the current progress of bilateral economic and trade cooperation and vowed to further promote pragmatic cooperation, the Chinese Embassy in Colombo said today.
← Previous Story DHB-Pokal: HSV Hamburg first to reach the Final Four Next Story → Russian NT goalkeeper Igor Levshin to SC DHfK Leipzig! Domagoj Duvnjakhandball planetMVP WCH 2013 Croatian star Domagoj Duvnjak is the MVP of the WCH 2013 in the opinion of Handball-Planet.com visitors. Over 2.500 fans voted in our Poll, where ten players deserved to be included. HSV’s playmaker has got 61% of all votes ahead of Slovenian right back Jure Dolenec and “goal machine” from Denmark, Anders Eggert.FINAL RESULTS:Domagoj Duvnjak (61%, 1,548 Votes)Jure Dolenec (10%, 267 Votes)Anders Eggert (6%, 157 Votes)Henrik Mollgaard (6%, 152 Votes)Primoz Prost (4%, 102 Votes)Mirko Alilovic (4%, 95 Votes)Alberto Entrerrios (4%, 92 Votes)Niklas Landin (3%, 74 Votes)Jorge Maqueda (2%, 45 Votes)Timur Dibirov (0%, 17 Votes)photo: agencija PPS