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Ranil Wickremesinghe, the president of Sri Lanka, arrived in Delhi on Thursday to begin a two-day official visit to India. Wickremesinghe was greeted at the airport by V Muraleedharan, the Union’s MoS for External Affairs.

At the airport, performers welcomed the president of Sri Lanka with garba. At Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation, Wickremesinghe is in India on an official visit.

Arindam Bagchi, the official spokeswoman for the Ministry of External Affairs, highlighted on Twitter that Wickremesinghe’s visit will strengthen the long-standing relationship between India and Sri Lanka. Wickremesinghe is making his first trip to India since taking office.

Warm welcome to Sri Lankan President @RW_UNP on his first visit to India since taking office, Arindam Bagchi tweeted. received at the airport by @MOS_MEA. The visit will strengthen the multifaceted collaboration even more.

President Wickremesinghe will meet with his Indian counterpart Droupadi Murmu during his visit and speak with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other Indian dignitaries about a number of topics of relevance to both countries, according to a news statement from the Ministry of External Affairs.

On Prime Minister Modi’s invitation, Wickremesinghe is in India. The two nations’ long-standing friendship will be strengthened by the visit, which will also look into ways to improve connectivity and collaborate across sectors for everyone’s benefit.

In the press release, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) noted, “Sri Lanka is an important partner in India’s Neighbourhood First Policy and Vision SAGAR. The visit will reinforce the longstanding friendship between the two countries and explore avenues for enhanced connectivity and mutually beneficial cooperation across sectors.”

Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs, said on Thursday that Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe’s visit to India is significant since the two countries have significant, complex links.

Arindam Bagchi said during the MEA weekly briefing on Thursday, “This is a very important visit, it’s a neighbouring country with whom we have very important relationships, we have multifaceted relations.”

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