India Signs MoU With Sri Lanka, Over 75,000 people in the district will get benefit from the project

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India on Thursday signed a MoU with Sri Lanka to bolster job of the angling and cultivating groups by giving them hardware worth USD two million in the nation’s southern Hambantota area.

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The assention was marked at the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development by Y K Sinha, High Commissioner of India and W M R Adikari, Secretary, Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development within the sight of Mahinda Amaraweera, Minister of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development.

The undertaking visualizes endowment of gear and instruments, for example, grub scrapers, bikes, life coats and sewing machines worth 300 million rupees (USD two million) to the angling and cultivating groups in Hambantota region.

More than 75,000 individuals in the region will get immediate advantage from the task.

The task will be actualized on meeting with the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development and applicable powers.

High Commission of India will coast a delicate to get the blessing things through an aggressive offering process.

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