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Development - Provincial

Development - Provincial

17
September

The Colombo Port City Project was launched by Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Mahinda Rajapaksa at a grand ceremony this morning (17) .   The launch of the  Project is expected to change the skyline of our city.  This will be the largest single foreign direct investment of around US$ 1.5 billion for the land development that has potential to attract around US$ 5 billion from all over the world.

17
September

It gives me great pleasure to welcome His Excellency Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China and Madam Peng Liyuan and the delegation on a State Visit to Sri Lanka.

17
September

Sri Lanka and China signed the following agreements to further cooperation between the two nations:

17
September

The primary Sri Lanka delegation consisted of the following:

16
September

In working toward Sri Lanka’s goal to attract 2.5 million tourists by 2016, China will play an important role, particularly being the largest outbound tourism market in the world. More than 83 million Chinese citizens reportedly traveled abroad as tourists last year alone.

16
September

The newly constructed 'Puradora Sewana' Housing Scheme in Orugodawatte, Colombo was declared open by the Secretary to the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa recently.

16
September

The annual sports meet of the Vazvazham children’s home, organized by troops of 14 Gemunu Watch (GW) of the Security Force Headquarters Jaffna (SFHQ-J) at Marathanamadam Girls School grounds in Jaffna, took place recently with the presence of a gathering of well-wishers, officers and senior citizens of the area.

15
September

The Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL) in its long term development strategy recognizes the Irrigation and Water Resources Management as a national priority. Accordingly, rehabilitation and modernization of irrigation infrastructures have been given a high-national priority under the Government Public Investment Strategy 2014–2016.

15
September

Constructing a well planned and connected network of cities and townships throughout the country by 2020 is an important pledge in the Mahinda Chintana’, Vision for Future, the Economic Policy Framework of the Government. This network of cities which will be connected through the expressway and national highways is expected to be economically competitive, environmentally sustainable and culturally vibrant, facilitating regional economic growth. The strategic city development program will be implemented in line with the Governments’ urban development strategy preserving the identity and uniqueness of each city with the appropriate blend of financing modalities to make the entire development program viable and sustainable.

15
September

The Government’s Development Policy Framework of “Mahinda Chinthana Vision for the Future” has recognized the importance of investing in human capital in an integrated manner from early childhood development through higher education. It will support Sri Lanka’s transition to a knowledge-based economy where Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector has a vital role to play. The TVET sector being a branch of education coupled with skills development is expected to play a major role in making this vision a reality.

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