Thursday, October 18, 2018

Sri Lankan President calls Modi, rejects assassination attempt reports




"The President of Democratic Socialist Republic of {sri lanka|Ceylon|country|state|land} declared that he flatly rejected the reports in sections of media regarding him alluding to the involvement of Bharat in ANy manner some in an alleged plot to assassinate the President and a former Defence Secretary of Sri Lanka," the statement same.
This development comes earlier than Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's visit to Bharat beginning on Thursday.
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on weekday rejected media reports alleging AN Indian hand in an exceedingly plot to assassinate him and a former Defence Secretary of Ceylon throughout a telephony with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

"The President of Ceylon Maithripala Sirisena known as Prime Minister Modi these days," the Prime Minister's workplace (PMO) same in an exceedingly statement.

"The President of Democratic Socialist Republic of {sri lanka|Ceylon|country|state|land} declared that he flatly rejected the reports in sections of media regarding him alluding to the involvement of Bharat in ANy manner some in an alleged plot to assassinate the President and a former Defence Secretary of Sri Lanka," the statement same.

"He mentioned that the mischevous and malafide reports were completely groundless and false, and appeared meant to form misunderstanding between the 2 leaders likewise as injury the cordial relations between the 2 friendly neighbours," it declared.

According to the statement, Sirisena apprised Modi of the "urgent steps taken by him in person and therefore the Sri Lankan government to publically reject these reports.

Sirisena conjointly same that he met Indian diplomat to Ceylon earlier within the day during this association.

"The President conjointly declared that he regards the Prime Minister as a real friend of Ceylon, as conjointly a detailed personal friend," the statement same.

"He stressed that he greatly valued the interdependent ties between Bharat and Ceylon, and remained steadfast to figure with the Prime Minister for futher strengthening them."

According to the PMO statement, Modi appreciated the prompt steps taken by Sirisena and therefore the Sri Lankan government to firmly refute the malicious reports by publically elucidative the matters.

"He (Modi) conjointly reiterated Bharat's stress on 'Neighbourhood First' policy and therefore the priority the govt. of India and he in person attach to developing even stronger all-around cooperation between the 2 countries," it declared.

This development comes earlier than Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's visit to Bharat beginning on Thursday.

Modi and Wickremesinghe square measure scheduled  to carry a bilateral meeting here on Sat.


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