No naval Foreign Naval bases in Sri Lanka, Prime Minister affirms

No naval bases will be allocated for foreign countries within Sri Lanka, Prime Minister affirms While the government of Sri Lanka will continue to ensure that all ports in the country are open for commercial shipping, it will not allocate naval base to foreign countries, Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe affirmed. "This Government will continue with the reaffirmed policy of ensuring that all ports in Sri Lanka are open for commercial shipping. We would like to reiterate that there would be no naval bases allocated to other countries within Sri Lanka," the Prime Minister said. Delivering the keynote address at the international maritime conference, Galle Dialogue 2015 in Galle Monday, the Prime Minister said Sri Lanka remain committed to preventing international terrorism, transnationa...
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