UK keen to work with Prez RW

UK Development Minister Vicky Ford has said that the British government is keen to work with President Ranil Wickremesinghe.Responding to a query raised by Labour MP Sam Tarry on Tuesday (06) as regards the British role in Sri Lanka in the wake of UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe’s election as the President, Minister Ford has said: “The UK looks forward to working with Ranil Wickremesinghe following his election as President of Sri Lanka by the Sri Lankan parliament as part of a peaceful transition of power. We continue to call for a peaceful, democratic and inclusive approach to resolving the current political and economic challenges.

“In his recent call with Prime Minister Gunawardena on 16 August the Minister responsible for South Asia, Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon, called on the Sri Lankan Government to build an inclusive consensus for the reforms necessary to bring Sri Lanka’s economy back on a sustainable path. Lord Ahmad also discussed efforts to build a multi-party government with President Wickremesinghe on 23 July. We welcome the Sri Lanka Government’s engagement with members of the opposition and we call for the ambitions and hopes of all citizens and communities to be listened to as Sri Lanka builds its future. We continue to engage with members of Sri Lankan civil society to encourage inclusive, peaceful and democratic solutions to Sri Lanka’s ongoing challenges.”

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