EU to provide EUR 3.5 million to boost Sri Lanka's tourism sector
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Http, May 21 -- The European Union has decided to provide a grant of 3.5 million euros to Sri Lanka to uplift the country's tourism industry, which has been severely hit by the COVID-19 epidemic, according to a report.
EU Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives Denis Chaibi, has requested Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (STDA) to promptly provide the relevant proposals to the EU during a meeting held between the European Union Ambassador and Prasanna Ranatunga the Minister of Industrial Export, Investment Promotion, Tourism and Aviation, yesterday (19).
The European Union Ambassador said that he commends the government's efforts to control the COVID-19 epidemic in Sri Lanka and this decision was made in support of the Government's ...
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