(MENAFN- Colombo Gazette)
USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Bureau for Asia, Änjali Kaur, arrived in Sri Lanka today for talks.
Kaur is to assess USAID Sri Lanka support to the crisis and meet Government officials, academics, and researchers to learn how USAID can further collaborate.
Just last week USAID Administrator Samantha Power met with Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister Ali Sabry to further USAID's understanding of the Government of Sri Lanka's priorities and reforms to address the country's economic crisis.
The two discussed how USAID can support a viable path forward for Sri Lanka's recovery and growth.
Administrator Power, who visited Sri Lanka in September, reiterated the U.S. commitment to supporting Sri Lanka to help resolve its complex crisis, including addressing the urgent needs of Sri Lanka's most vulnerable and marginalized communities. (Colombo Gazette)
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