Ambassador Faisal Tirmizi all praises for his Sri Lankan Counterpart

Diplomatic CircleAmbassador Faisal Tirmizi all praises for his Sri Lankan Counterpart

ABU DHABI, UAE: The Sri Lankan Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Udaya Indrarathna of Sri Lanka visited the Embassy of Pakistan in Abu Dhabi and met his Pakistani Counterpart Faisal Niaz Tirmizi.

The two ambassador exchanged views on Pakistan-Sri Lanka bilateral relations and other issues of mutual interest.

   

Ambassador Faisal Tirmizi said that the close brotherly ties between Pakistan and Sri Lanka are historic and time-tested.

Showring praises for his Sri Lankan Counterpart, Tirmizi that Ambassador Udaya Indrarathna is a scholar with decades of experience in project management and teaching of management skills to top managers across the world.

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