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    Sri Lanka extends warm welcome to Maldivians and other foreigners with easing of travel restrictions

    March 09, 2022

    The High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to Maldives, A.M.J. Sadiq highlighted the convenience of the lifting of the mandatory PCR tests for travellers to Sri Lanka.

    Speaking on the occasion of the reopening of the “Traveller Global”, a leading Sri Lankan travel operator in Malé on Tuesday, 1st March 2022, the Sri Lankan envoy stated that

    with immediate effect, the Government has dispensed with the earlier requirement for fully vaccinated travellers to undergo a PCR test, prior to arrival in the country. He further
    stated that this measure would greatly facilitate Maldivians, who consider Sri Lanka as their second home to travel to the island with ease and convenience. He further encouraged
    Maldivian and other foreign nationals to partronise Srilankan Airlines, which operates twice daily services and on certain days even three flights a day from Malé to Colombo.

    The reopening of the Traveller Global office was attended by the SriLankan Airlines Regional Manager for Sri Lanka and Indian Ocean, Mr. Jayantha Abeysinghe, Country
    Manager for SriLankan Airlines, Mr. Fawzan Fareid, former Western Provincial Council Member, Mr. Nauzer Fowzie and the Maldivian sponsor of the company, Yameen Adam,
    Managing Director of Donad Investments.

    Delivering his brief welcome address, the Managing Director of the Traveller Global, Mr. Rizmi Reyal stated that the company has the distinction of being a high performing
    Preferred Sales Agent (PSA) for several leading international and regional airlines, including SriLankan.

    The occasion was graced by leading Maldivian airline representatives and Travel agents. It is expected that many Maldivian and foreign nationals would be encouraged to travel to Sri Lanka with the easing of travel restrictions and the superior service and facilities provided by the Traveller Global.


    High Commission of Sri Lanka




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