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Chosen China to increase debt, not IMF financial aid to Sri Lanka

2022-01-14: Sri Lanka announced the exclusion of applications for relief from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and its intention to borrow more funds from countries such as China to address the worsening economic crisis. As news spreads, the international letter-assessment agency’s Standard & Poor’s…  

The construction of a community of shared future between China and Sri Lanka moves towards a sea of stars

2022-01-14: Wang Shida, Deputy Director, South Asia Institute of Modern International Relations, China In January 2022, the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi visited countries of the Indian Ocean, including Sri Lanka, and this year marks not only the sixty-fifth anniversary of the…

Sri Lanka rejects IMF financial aid, then borrows from China, S&P downgrades its credit rating

2022-01-13: Sri Lanka announced that it would exclude applications for relief from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and that it intended to borrow more funds from countries such as China to address the worsening economic crisis. When news came out, the international letter review agency’s Standard &…

Sri Lankan Ambassador to China: Looking forward to the role of the Winter Olympics in promoting cultural exchanges

2022-01-12: On 10 January, the Second Exchange of Civilizations Dialogue was held in Beijing. The Dialogue was hosted by the Chinese Association for International Exchanges, which is part of the Central Ministry of External Relations of the Communist Republic of China, and was attended by more than 260…  

Li Yanfang: What happened to Sri Lanka's debt crisis?

2022-01-11: Sri Lanka’s so-called “China’s debt trap” has once again become the focus of foreign media campaigns. This is not a new topic. In recent years, the “debt trap doctrine” has evolved into an Indian scholar who constructs concepts, provides initial material, United States Western scholars refines the…

China: The claim that Sri Lanka’s debt issue was caused by the advancement of China-Sri Lanka cooperation is completely untrue

2022-01-10: The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Wang Wenbin noted at the regular press conference that this was “totally untrue” in response to the claim that Sri Lanka's debt problem was due to China's cooperation. He added that China has been helping Sri Lanka's economic and social development…

Sri Lanka has a problem for China?

2022-01-10: I'll take care of it. I'll take care of it. “When there is a deficit in foreign exchange reserves, it means that [the country] is theoretically bankrupt.” According to this scholar, Sri Lanka is now bankrupt. It's a professional question whether a country is bankrupt. It's interesting for…

Will China reduce or forgive Sri Lanka’s debt? Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded

2022-01-10: Original title: Will China forgive Sri Lanka's debt? Ministry of Foreign Affairs response In the afternoon of today, 10 p.m., the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a routine press conference in which journalists asked whether there would be debt relief for Sri Lanka and stated that there were views…  

Wang Yi: Carry forward the spirit of the rice rubber agreement and expand the strategic partnership between China and Sri Lanka — Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China

2022-01-10: On 9 January 2022 local time, the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi joined the President of Sri Lanka, Gottabaya, Prime Minister Mahinda, in Colombo to celebrate the sixty-fifth anniversary of the founding of China and the seventieth anniversary of the signing of the Micah…

Will China help Sri Lanka carry out debt restructuring? Wang Wenbin responded

2022-01-10: The Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin hosted the Ministry's regular press conference on January 10. A number of foreign media journalists asked about Wang Yi’s visit to Sri Lanka, asking whether China would help Sri Lanka to restructure its debt in the face of the economic crisis. Agence…  

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Meets with Wang Yi

2022-01-10: On 9 January 2022 local time, the President of Sri Lanka, Gautabaya, met in Colombo with the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi, who was officially visiting the country. Godabaya asked Wang Ying to convey his sincere greetings and good wishes to President Xi Jinping. Mr.…

Wang Yi Meets with Sri Lankan Foreign Minister: China proposes to convene the Indian Ocean Island Countries Development Forum in due course

2022-01-10: On 9 January local time, the Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met Foreign Minister Peres of Sri Lanka in Colombo. Perris stated that there are traditional and special friendships and that they are the most sincere friends. Face-to-face truth is an enduring theme in relations…  

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Meets with Wang Yi — Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China

2022-01-10: On 9 January 2022 local time, the President of Sri Lanka, Gautabaya, met in Colombo with the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi, who was officially visiting the country. Godabaya asked Wang Ying to convey his sincere greetings and good wishes to President Xi Jinping. Mr.…  

Prime Minister Mahinda of Sri Lanka meets with Wang Yi

2022-01-09: The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Mahinda, met with Wang Yi. The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Mahinda, met with the State Councillor and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi in Colombo on 9 January, local time, on electricity (journalist Tang Xinhua). Mahinda once again congratulates the…

Wang Yi: Carry forward the spirit of the rice rubber agreement and expand the strategic partnership between China and Sri Lanka

2022-01-09: Wang Yi: To promote the spirit of the Micah Agreement and expand the strategic partnership between China and China On 9 January, Xinhua Society Colombo, on the local day of 9 January, the State Councillor and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi joined the President of Sri Lanka, Godabaya, Prime…  

Deep in economic crisis, Sri Lanka seeks to restructure China’s debt

2022-01-09: In a statement issued by the Office of the President of Sri Lanka, it was revealed that President Rajapaksa had told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi that, in the face of the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 epidemic, debt restructuring would greatly alleviate Sri Lanka's plight. Rajapaksa…

Sri Lanka applies for debt restructuring, Beijing may not loose mouth epidemic

2022-01-09: Sri Lanka’s Presidential Office announced on January 9, 2022, that in talks with China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, Sri Lanka, on that day, sought to restructure its debt and reorganize its financial debt to China. Look at China’s website, which prohibits the creation of mirror sites, and return to…  

Sri Lanka is heavily indebted and asks China to restructure its debt

2022-01-09: Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa has requested that China restructure Sri Lanka's debt service to help the country survive the growing financial crisis. Reuters reports that Rajapaksa made this request on Sunday, 9 January, during a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Colombo.…

Sri Lanka applies for debt restructuring, China may not let go

2022-01-09: The Presidential Palace of Sri Lanka announced today that Sri Lanka, which is in a tight financial situation, sought to reorganize its huge financial debt to China in a meeting with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of China, Wang Yi, on Sunday. Advertisement. Keep going. According to Agence…

Sri Lanka and India sign a joint investment plan to restart strategic oil storage facilities in the colonial era

2022-01-07: Sri Lanka and India today signed a joint investment plan to restart British colonial strategic oil storage facilities and enhance energy security in the region. Advertisement. Keep going. The agreement was generally considered to be an attempt to counter the growing influence of China in the…  

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Chosen China to increase debt, not IMF financial aid to Sri Lanka

2022-01-14: Sri Lanka announced the exclusion of applications for relief from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and its intention to borrow more funds from countries such as China to address the worsening economic crisis. As news spreads, the international letter-assessment agency’s Standard & Poor’s…  

The construction of a community of shared future between China and Sri Lanka moves towards a sea of stars

2022-01-14: Wang Shida, Deputy Director, South Asia Institute of Modern International Relations, China In January 2022, the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi visited countries of the Indian Ocean, including Sri Lanka, and this year marks not only the sixty-fifth anniversary of the…

Sri Lanka rejects IMF financial aid, then borrows from China, S&P downgrades its credit rating

2022-01-13: Sri Lanka announced that it would exclude applications for relief from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and that it intended to borrow more funds from countries such as China to address the worsening economic crisis. When news came out, the international letter review agency’s Standard &…

Sri Lankan Ambassador to China: Looking forward to the role of the Winter Olympics in promoting cultural exchanges

2022-01-12: On 10 January, the Second Exchange of Civilizations Dialogue was held in Beijing. The Dialogue was hosted by the Chinese Association for International Exchanges, which is part of the Central Ministry of External Relations of the Communist Republic of China, and was attended by more than 260…  

Li Yanfang: What happened to Sri Lanka's debt crisis?

2022-01-11: Sri Lanka’s so-called “China’s debt trap” has once again become the focus of foreign media campaigns. This is not a new topic. In recent years, the “debt trap doctrine” has evolved into an Indian scholar who constructs concepts, provides initial material, United States Western scholars refines the…

China: The claim that Sri Lanka’s debt issue was caused by the advancement of China-Sri Lanka cooperation is completely untrue

2022-01-10: The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Wang Wenbin noted at the regular press conference that this was “totally untrue” in response to the claim that Sri Lanka's debt problem was due to China's cooperation. He added that China has been helping Sri Lanka's economic and social development…

Sri Lanka has a problem for China?

2022-01-10: I'll take care of it. I'll take care of it. “When there is a deficit in foreign exchange reserves, it means that [the country] is theoretically bankrupt.” According to this scholar, Sri Lanka is now bankrupt. It's a professional question whether a country is bankrupt. It's interesting for…

Will China reduce or forgive Sri Lanka’s debt? Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded

2022-01-10: Original title: Will China forgive Sri Lanka's debt? Ministry of Foreign Affairs response In the afternoon of today, 10 p.m., the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a routine press conference in which journalists asked whether there would be debt relief for Sri Lanka and stated that there were views…  

Wang Yi: Carry forward the spirit of the rice rubber agreement and expand the strategic partnership between China and Sri Lanka — Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China

2022-01-10: On 9 January 2022 local time, the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi joined the President of Sri Lanka, Gottabaya, Prime Minister Mahinda, in Colombo to celebrate the sixty-fifth anniversary of the founding of China and the seventieth anniversary of the signing of the Micah…

Will China help Sri Lanka carry out debt restructuring? Wang Wenbin responded

2022-01-10: The Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin hosted the Ministry's regular press conference on January 10. A number of foreign media journalists asked about Wang Yi’s visit to Sri Lanka, asking whether China would help Sri Lanka to restructure its debt in the face of the economic crisis. Agence…  

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Meets with Wang Yi

2022-01-10: On 9 January 2022 local time, the President of Sri Lanka, Gautabaya, met in Colombo with the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi, who was officially visiting the country. Godabaya asked Wang Ying to convey his sincere greetings and good wishes to President Xi Jinping. Mr.…

Wang Yi Meets with Sri Lankan Foreign Minister: China proposes to convene the Indian Ocean Island Countries Development Forum in due course

2022-01-10: On 9 January local time, the Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met Foreign Minister Peres of Sri Lanka in Colombo. Perris stated that there are traditional and special friendships and that they are the most sincere friends. Face-to-face truth is an enduring theme in relations…  

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Meets with Wang Yi — Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China

2022-01-10: On 9 January 2022 local time, the President of Sri Lanka, Gautabaya, met in Colombo with the Council of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi, who was officially visiting the country. Godabaya asked Wang Ying to convey his sincere greetings and good wishes to President Xi Jinping. Mr.…  

Prime Minister Mahinda of Sri Lanka meets with Wang Yi

2022-01-09: The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Mahinda, met with Wang Yi. The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Mahinda, met with the State Councillor and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi in Colombo on 9 January, local time, on electricity (journalist Tang Xinhua). Mahinda once again congratulates the…

Wang Yi: Carry forward the spirit of the rice rubber agreement and expand the strategic partnership between China and Sri Lanka

2022-01-09: Wang Yi: To promote the spirit of the Micah Agreement and expand the strategic partnership between China and China On 9 January, Xinhua Society Colombo, on the local day of 9 January, the State Councillor and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi joined the President of Sri Lanka, Godabaya, Prime…  

Deep in economic crisis, Sri Lanka seeks to restructure China’s debt

2022-01-09: In a statement issued by the Office of the President of Sri Lanka, it was revealed that President Rajapaksa had told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi that, in the face of the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 epidemic, debt restructuring would greatly alleviate Sri Lanka's plight. Rajapaksa…

Sri Lanka applies for debt restructuring, Beijing may not loose mouth epidemic

2022-01-09: Sri Lanka’s Presidential Office announced on January 9, 2022, that in talks with China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, Sri Lanka, on that day, sought to restructure its debt and reorganize its financial debt to China. Look at China’s website, which prohibits the creation of mirror sites, and return to…  

Sri Lanka is heavily indebted and asks China to restructure its debt

2022-01-09: Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa has requested that China restructure Sri Lanka's debt service to help the country survive the growing financial crisis. Reuters reports that Rajapaksa made this request on Sunday, 9 January, during a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Colombo.…

Sri Lanka applies for debt restructuring, China may not let go

2022-01-09: The Presidential Palace of Sri Lanka announced today that Sri Lanka, which is in a tight financial situation, sought to reorganize its huge financial debt to China in a meeting with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of China, Wang Yi, on Sunday. Advertisement. Keep going. According to Agence…

Sri Lanka and India sign a joint investment plan to restart strategic oil storage facilities in the colonial era

2022-01-07: Sri Lanka and India today signed a joint investment plan to restart British colonial strategic oil storage facilities and enhance energy security in the region. Advertisement. Keep going. The agreement was generally considered to be an attempt to counter the growing influence of China in the…  

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