Sri Lanka to release 10 Indian fishermen's boats

Sri Lankan Navy will soon release ten Indian fishermen's boats, which were taken into custody in 2015 and 2016. The Sri Lankan government has sent a letter to the Indian External Affairs Ministry on June 13 stating that they are ready to release ten boats, India Today reported. Sri Lanka in 2017 released over 42 boats out of the 216 boats in the Sri Lankan custody were released. The fishermen were only able to retrieve 32 of the 42 boats as the remaining ten were damaged beyond repair. The government is releasing another 10 boats instead of the ones that were not retrieved in 2017. A-team of fishermen and salvage personnel headed by a fisheries official will be leaving for Sri Lanka in two days to retrieve the boats........

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