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Chinese Foreign Minister to visit Sri Lanka in January

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COLOMBO (News 1st); China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Sri Lanka in early January 2022, the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing confirmed on Wednesday (29).It is reported the visit will be a courtesy call, of the Chinese Foreign Minister to inquire into a range of private sector investments across the island which falls under many of his visits around the world where Chinese interests are concerned.The Sri Lankan Embassy in China has been involved in numerous discussions with a wide range of Chinese companies to bring in investments to Sri Lanka and already some of the firms have shown keen interest in investing in the island nation.Wang Yi’s visit takes place at the backdrop where the Chinese Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Qi Zhenhong.

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