Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka’s plight has been supported by its neighbor India. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs released a statement saying, “We are aware of the challenges that Sri Lanka and its people are facing. “We stand with the people of Sri Lanka in these difficult times,” the Ministry of External Affairs said. India has provided an unprecedented support of more than US$ 3.8 billion this year to improve the dire economic situation in Sri Lanka. India’s Ministry of External Affairs said that we stand with neighboring Sri Lanka in its plight.
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said that India stands with the people of Sri Lanka in such a crisis. It seeks to realize its aspirations for prosperity and progress through democratic instruments and values, established institutions and constitutional framework. India has provided more than US$ 3.8 billion this year to improve the dire economic situation in Sri Lanka. We are closely monitoring the current developments in Sri Lanka.
Speaking to the media on the situation in Sri Lanka, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, Arindam Bagchi, said that India is Sri Lanka’s immediate neighbor and the two countries share a close cultural bond. Bagchi said that we are aware of the many challenges that the people of Sri Lanka and Thea are facing, and we stand with the Sri Lankan people as they strive to overcome this difficult period. In keeping with Sri Lanka’s central position in our Neighborhood First policy, India this year provided an unprecedented support of over US$ 3.8 billion to alleviate the dire economic situation in Sri Lanka.
Before this, India has already made large purchases of diesel-petrol from Sri Lanka. Due to the oil problem in Sri Lanka, the sale of oil was banned. Oil was allowed to be used only for essential works. The sale of oil was banned. Due to this, the people of Sri Lanka are facing severe shortage of petroleum products. In such a situation, India often helped Sri Lanka by sending large quantities of petrol and diesel