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PM advises Sri Lanka to benefit from CPEC – Newspaper

• Holds one-on-one meeting with counterpart Rajapaksa
• Five MoUs signed to boost ties in diverse fields
• Leadership, top officials, businessmen from both countries to attend trade, investment conference today

COLOMBO: Pakistan and Sri Lanka on Tuesday agreed to further strengthen bilateral relations in diverse areas, including trade, investment, science and technology, tourism and culture through enhanced connectivity.

“My visit is aimed at strengthening bilateral relationship [with Sri Lanka], especially trade and economic ties through enhanced connectivity,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said while addressing a joint press conference with his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa here after holding a one-on-one meeting,…

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