Particular Consultant of Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa, State Minister of Finance, Capital Market and State Enterprise Reforms Ajith Nivard Cabraal visited the Sultanate of Oman from 07-10 April 2021 carrying a particular message from Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa addressed to Sultan of Oman His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik.
The go to additionally coincides with the celebration of the fortieth Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Sri Lanka and the Sultanate of Oman which falls this yr.
State Minister Cabraal handed over the Prime Minister’s particular message to Deputy Prime Minister for Worldwide Relations and Cooperation Affairs His Highness Sayyid Asaad bin Tarik al Mentioned who’s the Private Consultant of His Majesty the Sultan Haitham bin Tarik on Friday, 09 April 2021. Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the Sultanate of Oman Ameer Ajwad accompanied the State Minister. In the course of the viewers, methods and means to additional improve bilateral relations between the 2 nations had been mentioned.
The embassy of Sri Lanka in Muscat organised collection of conferences for the State Minister Cabraal and the accompanying 10 member Sri Lankan delegation from the Central Financial institution, State and personal banks of Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka delegation led by State Minister Cabraal met with Minister of Commerce, Trade and Funding Promotion of the Sultanate of Oman Qais bin Mohamed Al Yousef and mentioned on a variety of areas for mutual financial cooperation together with commerce and funding between the 2 nations. The delegation additionally met with Undersecretary for the Ministry of Finance Abdullah Al Harthy, Chairman of the Tax Authority Sai Nassir Al-Shukaily, Deputy Chairman of Oman Investments Authority (OIA) on the Ministry of Finance of Oman and explored areas of synergies for bilateral collaboration between the 2 nations. Ambassador Ameer Ajwad, Deputy Governor Dhammika Nanayakara, Superintendent of Public Debt Dr. M.Z.M Aazim and Director Financial Analysis Growth Dr. C. Amarasekara of the Central Financial institution of Sri Lanka participated throughout the conferences.
The Sri Lanka delegation additionally met with Govt President of the Central Financial institution of the Sultanate of Oman Tahir Salim Al Amri, mentioned on the additional enhancement of cooperation between the Central Banks of each nations and agreed to signal an MoU between the 2 central banks within the close to future.
The Sri Lanka delegation led by State Minister Cabraal additionally had fruitful dialogue with Chief Govt Officer of Muscat Financial institution,Waleed Okay. Al Hashar and engaged with different outstanding non-public banks in Oman specifically Financial institution of Dhofar, Nationwide Financial institution of Oman and the Financial institution of Sohar.
The Embassy of Sri Lanka additionally organised a productive funding promotion assembly with Chief Govt Officer of Madayn and Chairman of Shumookh Funding and Providers of Oman Hilal Al-Hasani and his excessive stage delegation with a view to attracting international direct investments to Sri Lanka.
Ambassador Ameer Ajwad hosted lunch in honour of the visiting Sri Lanka delegation led by the Particular Consultant of the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka to the Sultanate of Oman at lodge Al Falaj in Muscat owned by Aitken Spence of Sri Lanka.
State Minister Cabraal introduced ‘badges of emblem’ issued by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Muscat to mark the fortieth Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Sri Lanka and Oman, to the dignitaries.
Different members of Sri Lanka delegation included representatives of the State and personal banks in Sri Lanka specifically Senior Deputy Common Supervisor of Financial institution of Ceylon Dhanapala Sumanasiri, Deputy Common Supervisor of Financial institution of Ceylon Nadira Jeewantha, Chief Govt Officer of Folks’s Financial institution Ranjith Kodituwakku, Head of Treasury, Funding Banking and Monetary Establishments of Folks’s Financial institution Clive Fonseka, Chief Monetary Officer of Business Financial institution Nandika Buddhipala in addition to Non-public Secretary to the State Minister Darshanie Amarasinghe and Media Secretary R. M. A.W. Rajapaksha.
Sri Lanka Embassy