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Meeting between the British High Commission and the National People’s Power Economic Council

-Colombo, February 19, 2024- A meeting between the Economic and Political representatives of the British High Commission in Sri Lanka and the representatives of the National People’s Power Economic Council was held today (19) at Pelawatta NPP headquarters. Attention was drawn to the problems faced by the business community particularly the SMEs, and the economic […]

-Colombo, February 19, 2024-

A meeting between the Economic and Political representatives of the British High Commission in Sri Lanka and the representatives of the National People’s Power Economic Council was held today (19) at Pelawatta NPP headquarters.

Attention was drawn to the problems faced by the business community particularly the SMEs, and the economic difficulties faced by the people. In addition, the policy approaches of the National People’s Power (NPP) to resolve the economic crisis in the country were explained to the delegation by the head of the NPP Economic Council, Prof. Anil Jayantha.

First Secretary for Economic Affairs Matthew Wordingham, Second Secretary for Political Affairs Alex Smith and Political Advisor Neluni Thilakaratne participated in this discussion. Professor Anil Jayantha, Dr Harshana Suriyapperuma, and National Executive Member Muditha Nanayakkara represented the National People’s Power Economic Council.

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Tour of India – Day Three

-Colombo, February 07, 2024- Leaders of the National People’s Power, who are on a special visit to India, today (07) held a meeting with Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendrabhai Patel at Vidana Sabha (State Legislative Assembly) in Gandhinagar. Development strategies for poverty alleviation in the state and the state administration process were discussed here. After that, […]

-Colombo, February 07, 2024-

Leaders of the National People’s Power, who are on a special visit to India, today (07) held a meeting with Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendrabhai Patel at Vidana Sabha (State Legislative Assembly) in Gandhinagar. Development strategies for poverty alleviation in the state and the state administration process were discussed here.

After that, a special meeting was held with Mr. Balvantsinh Rajput, Minister of Industries of that state, and a presentation was made on the ‘Gujarat Model’, which is used as a development model for the Indian government. Energy reforms, agriculture and water, infrastructure improvement, industry and investment, healthcare and women empowerment are the key areas of this Gujarat development model. An observation tour of agricultural areas and agro-industries was also conducted in Ahmedabad.

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Charting a Sovereign Course: NPP’s Vision for Sri Lanka’s Balanced Foreign Policy

-Colombo, February 07, 2024- In the intricate landscape of global politics, Sri Lanka stands at a crucial juncture, seeking a path that upholds its sovereignty and promotes peace within the region. Under the astute leadership of Anura Kumara Dissanayake, the National People’s Power (NPP) is unwavering in its commitment to a foreign policy that maintains […]

-Colombo, February 07, 2024-

In the intricate landscape of global politics, Sri Lanka stands at a crucial juncture, seeking a path that upholds its sovereignty and promotes peace within the region. Under the astute leadership of Anura Kumara Dissanayake, the National People’s Power (NPP) is unwavering in its commitment to a foreign policy that maintains balance without being tethered to any specific country or bloc. The NPP’s vision is one of diplomacy, respect for major powers, and a resolute stance against allowing its territory to be a stage for activities that disrupt regional peace and harmony.

Nonalignment as a Pillar of Strength

Central to the NPP’s foreign policy vision is the principle of nonalignment. Recognizing the importance of autonomy, Sri Lanka, under Dissanayake’s leadership, seeks a balanced approach that avoids entanglements in global power struggles. The commitment to nonalignment ensures that Sri Lanka can navigate international relations independently, fostering positive collaborations without compromising its sovereignty.

Diplomatic Dexterity in Major Power Relations

While respecting the interests of major powerhouses, the NPP government emphasizes diplomatic dexterity. The aim is to engage in meaningful partnerships that benefit Sri Lanka economically and diplomatically. Dissanayake’s diplomatic endeavors reflect a dedication to fostering relationships based on mutual respect and shared interests, ensuring that Sri Lanka remains an active player on the global stage.

Safeguarding Territorial Integrity

A cornerstone of the NPP’s foreign policy is the unwavering commitment to safeguarding Sri Lanka’s territorial integrity. Dissanayake’s government asserts that Sri Lanka’s land, sea, and sky will not be used for any activities that disturb the peace and harmony of the region. This resolute stance sends a clear message that while the nation is open to collaboration, it will not compromise its principles for the interests of external powers.

Peaceful Coexistence and Regional Harmony

The NPP government envisions Sri Lanka as a nation that actively contributes to regional peace and harmony. Through a foreign policy that balances the interests of various nations, the goal is to foster a climate of cooperation and coexistence within the region. Dissanayake’s leadership emphasizes the importance of diplomatic initiatives that contribute to the well-being of Sri Lanka and its neighboring countries.

Economic Collaboration without Compromise

Economic partnerships are a vital aspect of Sri Lanka’s foreign policy, but the NPP government is clear that these collaborations will not come at the expense of national sovereignty. Dissanayake advocates for economic resilience and diversification, ensuring that Sri Lanka can engage in trade and investment without compromising its ability to make independent decisions in the best interest of its citizens.

A Trustworthy Future with the NPP

As Sri Lanka treads the complex path of international relations, the NPP, led by Anura Kumara Dissanayake, emerges as the guardian of the nation’s principles. Trust in the NPP is not just about words on paper; it’s a deep-seated assurance that the party upholds its principles at any cost. The NPP’s vision is not merely a political trajectory but a journey marked by dignity, respect, and an unwavering commitment to the core principles that define Sri Lanka’s unique identity on the global stage. In placing trust in the NPP, the people place their faith in a party that stands as a beacon of uncompromised sovereignty and unyielding principles.

Shantha Jayarathne Member-NPP Policy Development Team

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Anura Dissanayake’s Visit to India – Day Two

-Colombo, February 06, 2024- Anura Kumara Dissanayake, the leader of the National People’s Power (NPP), and his delegation visited the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in New Delhi on the second day of their visit (06). The Observer Research Foundation is an organization that provides advisory services to politicians and the business community in India in […]

-Colombo, February 06, 2024-

Anura Kumara Dissanayake, the leader of the National People’s Power (NPP), and his delegation visited the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in New Delhi on the second day of their visit (06). The Observer Research Foundation is an organization that provides advisory services to politicians and the business community in India in policy formulation and decision-making of the Government of India.

Then the delegation visited the Unique Identification Authority of India affiliated to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India and had a friendly discussion with its officials.

This afternoon (06), the delegation left for Ahmedabad where they will hold several meetings with Indian investors and industrialists.

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Anura Kumara Dissanayake meets the Secretary of External Affairs, India

-Colombo, February 05, 2024- During the official tour to India, the leader of National People’s Power (NPP) Anura Kumara Dissanayake, and his delegation met Foreign Secretary Mr. Vinay Mohan last night (05). The meeting was held at the Taj Mansingh Hotel in New Delhi. Today (06), the delegation is going to visit the Observer Research […]

-Colombo, February 05, 2024-

During the official tour to India, the leader of National People’s Power (NPP) Anura Kumara Dissanayake, and his delegation met Foreign Secretary Mr. Vinay Mohan last night (05). The meeting was held at the Taj Mansingh Hotel in New Delhi.

Today (06), the delegation is going to visit the Observer Research Foundation and Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) institutions and engage in special discussions about the activities of those institutions.

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Anura Kumara Dissanayake met with the Indian National Security Advisor….

-Colombo, February 05, 2024- The leader of the National People’s Power, Anura Kumara Dissanayake, who is currently in India on official invitation of the Indian Government, met with the National Security Adviser of the Government of India, Mr. Ajit Doval, this afternoon (05). The meeting was held at the Sardar Patel Bhavan. At this meeting, […]

-Colombo, February 05, 2024-

The leader of the National People’s Power, Anura Kumara Dissanayake, who is currently in India on official invitation of the Indian Government, met with the National Security Adviser of the Government of India, Mr. Ajit Doval, this afternoon (05). The meeting was held at the Sardar Patel Bhavan.

At this meeting, regional security and bilateral relations between Sri Lanka and India were discussed in great detail. The meeting was also attended by Member of Parliament Mr. Vijitha Herath.

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