Inspired by the civilizational links since time immemorial, the relationship between India and Sri Lanka has reached a position of irreversible excellence.
The two countries will, therefore continue to march in tandem with clear objectives of promoting prosperity, peace and security both within the region and beyond.
Today, with the end of armed conflict in Sri Lanka, these relations are poised to develop further in an all-round manner.3.
The Joint Commission reviewed developments in bilateral relations since the visit to India in June 2010 of His Excellency Mahinda Rajapaksa, President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and noted with satisfaction that the visit had laid a strong foundation for the future development of India-Sri Lanka relations.
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The India-Sri Lanka Foundation is a trust fund setup by the Governments of India and Sri Lanka which finances projects aimed at fostering India-Sri Lanka relations through enhancement of economic, scientific, educational, technical as well as cultural cooperation.
Krishna, Minister of External Affairs of India and Hon'ble G. The two Ministers agreed that the shared cultural and civilizational heritage of India and Sri Lanka, the extensive people-to-people interaction and their common strategic concerns and interests provided the foundation to build a vibrant and multi-faceted partnership.The father must be present at the Sri Lanka High Commission to make the application.During his recent visit to the state of Kerala, High Commissioner Prasad Kariyawasam participated in a television interview programme Videshavicharam on Asianet News Network.The Joint Statement issued during the visit embodies the vision of the two leaders for harnessing the enormous potential available for consolidating and strengthening the bilateral partnership.This can be achieved by building on shared values and principles of democracy and pluralism, leveraging common strategic concerns and interests, enhancing connectivity and economic engagement, and reinforcing institutional frameworks for a comprehensive partnership in all areas of bilateral endeavour.