Sri Lanka moving in right direction, top UN official says


United Nations Assistant Secretary-Normal (ASG), United Nations Improvement Programme (UNDP) Assistant Administrator and Director of the UNDP Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, Kanni Wignaraja has applauded the plans which might be underway for Sri Lanka’s social and political growth.

She conveyed this throughout a gathering with Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena on Tuesday (Jan 03).

Stating that Sri Lanka is transferring in the appropriate route as soon as once more, Wignaraja reassured the UNDP’s steady assist for the island nation.

The main target of the dialogue additionally fell on implementing vital packages in Sri Lanka to realize sustainable growth objectives, a inexperienced economic system, social concord and social safety.

PM Gunawardena has briefed Wignaraja in regards to the measures taken to revive the nation’s economic system, the packages which might be in place for long-term infrastructure growth and the progress of the reconciliation course of.

In the meantime, State Minister of Finance Shehan Semasinghe too, met with Wignaraja yesterday, throughout which an in depth dialogue was held on Sri Lanka’s debt disaster.

Accordingly, the assembly centered on acquiring approval from the Worldwide Financial Fund (IMF) for the bailout the island presently awaits, debt remedy, and all different authorities reforms launched on this regard.

The dialogue additionally centered on the potential areas for future assist on financial growth and additional financing from the UNDP, Semasinghe acknowledged in  a Twitter message, including that Wignaraja had ‘expressed the UNDP’s willingness to supply technical assist in capability constructing in authorities authorities’.

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