India ready to build roads in Sri Lanka

    India Srilanka road
    In a latest turn of event, the Indian government has agreed to cooperate with Sri Lanka in developing world-class road infrastructure in the Jaffna region of the island nation. A decision to this effect was taken recently during negotiations between Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and Sri Lankan Prime, Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe, said official sources, claiming that the Indian government will take up development of three major stretches of the road. These are Jaffna to Mannar, Mannar to Vavuniya, and Dambulla to Tricomalee stretches, which are very important for connectivity in Sri Lanka. A proposal for a financial model to develop these roads was also discussed. Both the governments will have to complete the mandatory formalities and after that, the Indian government will be able to go ahead and look at appointing an international consultant to prepare a detailed project report on this score, they claimed.
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