1. India to support crisis-hit Sri Lanka's economic recovery  Times of India
  2. ‘India will extend fullest support to Sri Lanka’, says Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra during meeting with President Rajapaksa  The Hindu
  3. Our economy has `collapsed`, says Sri Lankan PM Ranil Wickremesinghe, `aid from India NOT....`  Zee News
  4. India to support crisis-hit Sri Lanka's economic recovery  Reuters.com
  5. India’s assures debt-ridden Sri Lanka of support after aid talks  Hindustan Times
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South Asia News: India has been the principal source of foreign assistance to Sri Lanka this year, supplying more than $4 billion, PM Ranil Wickremesinghe told parliamSouth Asia News: India has been the principal source of foreign assistance to Sri Lanka this year, supplying more than $4 billion, PM Ranil Wickremesinghe told parliam

India to support crisis-hit Sri Lanka's economic recovery - Times of India

New Delhi has been keeping a close eye on the continuing economic crisis in Sri Lanka, which has already resulted in a severe shortage of fuel and a sharp increase in food prices | World NewsNew Delhi has been keeping a close eye on the continuing economic crisis in Sri Lanka, which has already resulted in a severe shortage of fuel and a sharp increase in food prices

India’s assures debt-ridden Sri Lanka of support after aid talks | World News - Hindustan Times

In a tweet, the Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, accompanied by Secretary of the Department of Economic Affairs of the Ministry of Finance of India, Ajay Seth, Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India Dr V Anantha Nageswaran, met President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and "held productive discussions on the current situation in Sri Lanka and India's ongoing support".In a tweet, the Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, accompanied by Secretary of the Department of Economic Affairs of the Ministry of Finance of India, Ajay Seth, Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India Dr V Anantha Nageswaran, met President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and "held productive discussions on the current situation in Sri Lanka and India's ongoing support".

Foreign Secretary Kwatra meets President Rajapaksa, holds talks on situation in Lanka and India's ongoing support

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Sri Lanka will call China, India and Japan to a donor conference to drum up more foreign assistance to find a way out of its worsening economic crisis, the prime minister said on Wednesday, amid ongoing talks with the International Monetary Fund.Sri Lanka will call China, India and Japan to a donor conference to drum up more foreign assistance to find a way out of its worsening economic crisis, the prime minister said on Wednesday, amid ongoing talks with the International Monetary Fund.

Crisis-Hit Sri Lanka Plans Donor Conference With India, China, Japan

Sri Lankan high commission thanked Minister Sitharaman for the continuation of assistance that India is extending to the country during its economic crisis.Sri Lankan high commission thanked Minister Sitharaman for the continuation of assistance that India is extending to the country during its economic crisis.

FM Sitharaman assures 'fullest support' to Sri Lanka, hopes for its economic recovery | World News | Zee News

Colombo, Jun 23: Four senior Indian government officials, including Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, arrived here on Thursday to meet Sri Lanka's top leadership and discuss and assess the unprecedented...Colombo, Jun 23: Four senior Indian government officials, including Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, arrived here on Thursday to meet Sri Lanka's top leadership and discuss and assess the...

Senior Indian officials, including FS Kwatra, arrive in Colombo to assess Lanka economic crisis

Colombo, Jun 23: Four senior Indian government officials, including Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, arrived here on Thursday to meet Sri Lanka's top leadership and discuss and assess the unprecedented...Colombo, Jun 23: Four senior Indian government officials, including Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, arrived here on Thursday to meet Sri Lanka's top leadership and discuss and assess the unprecedented...

Senior Indian officials, including FS Kwatra, arrive in Colombo to assess Lanka economic crisis

A government delegation led by Chief Economic Advisor V. Anantha Nageswaran will arrive here on Thursday to assess Sri Lanka..A government delegation led by Chief Economic Advisor V. Anantha Nageswaran will arrive here on Thursday to assess Sri Lanka..

Indian delegation led by Chief Economic Advisor V. Anantha Nageswaran to visit Sri Lanka tomorrow

A high-level delegation from India will also arrive on Thursday for talks on additional support from New DelhiA high-level delegation from India will also arrive on Thursday for talks on additional support from New Delhi

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Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis since independence in 1948 which has led to an acute shortage of essential items like food, medicine, cooking gas and fuel across the island nationSri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis since independence in 1948 which has led to an acute shortage of essential items like food, medicine, cooking gas and fuel across the island nation

FS Kwatra discusses Lanka situation with Prez Rajapaksa, PM Wickremesinghe | Business Standard News

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Sri Lanka's PM announced that he will hold talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in order to get an agreement for an additional credit facility.Sri Lanka's PM announced that he will hold talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in order to get an agreement for an additional credit facility.

Sri Lankan PM says country's economy has collapsed; seeks further credit from IMF

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Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, in a surprise visit to Sri Lanka, has assured that India will extend its full support to the economically beleaguered country in overcoming its current difficult situation as a close friend. Kwatra made the sudden visit to the island as the head of an Indian delegatioForeign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, in a surprise visit to Sri Lanka, has assured that India will extend its full support to the economically beleaguered country in overcoming its current difficult situation as a close friend. Kwatra made the sudden visit to the island as the head of an Indian delegatio

Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra makes surprise visit to Sri Lanka : The Tribune India

India's Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra held talks with Sri Lanka's president and prime minister on Thursday as India signalled its willingness to go beyond the $4 billion in loans, swaps and aid that it has already provided its cash-strapped neighbour. Sri Lanka is facing its worst economic crisis in seven decades, with a severe foreign exchange shortage hampering the importIndia's Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra held talks with Sri Lanka's president and prime minister on Thursday as India signalled its willingness to go beyond the $4 billion in loans, swaps and aid that

India says will support crisis-hit Sri Lanka's economic recovery | Deccan Herald

Schools were shut and state offices worked with skeleton staffing as part of government plans to reduce commuting and save precious petrol and dieselSchools were shut and state offices worked with skeleton staffing as part of government plans to reduce commuting and save precious petrol and diesel

Sri Lanka In Crisis: Bankrupt Sri Lanka Opens IMF Talks, Begins Shutdown - Forbes India

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Uniindia: Colombo/New Delhi, June 23 (UNI) A high-level delegation from India led by Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra on Thursday met President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and said that New Delhi was ready to help Colombo to recover from its worst economic crisis.Colombo/New Delhi, June 23 (UNI) A high-level delegation from India led by Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra on Thursday met President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and said that New Delhi was ready to help Colombo to recover from its worst economic crisis.

India assures help to Sri Lanka

India’s foreign secretary says New Delhi will help the crisis-hit island beyond promised $4bn in loans, swaps and aid.India’s foreign secretary says New Delhi will help the crisis-hit island beyond promised $4bn in loans, swaps and aid.

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The country has run out of dollars to finance even the most essential imports including fuel.The country has run out of dollars to finance even the most essential imports including fuel.

Bankrupt Sri Lanka opens IMF talks, begins shutdown - World - DAWN.COM

Sri Lanka to reach IMF staff level agreement, debt restructuring framework by end July: PM | EconomyNext

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Indian delegation led by Chief Economic Advisor V. Anantha Nageswaran to visit Sri Lanka on Thursday - The Week

Colombo, June 20: Sri Lankan government has ordered the closure of the nation’s schools and halted all non-essential government services on Monday, France24 reported. This is the beginning of a two-week shutdown to conserve the country’s fast-depleting fuel reserves as the International Monetary Fund opened talks with Colombo on a possible bailout. On Monday schools across the country were shut and only a skeleton staff were present in state offices as part of government plans to reduce commuting and save […]

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Sri Lanka closed schools and halted all non-essential government services on Monday, beginning a two-week shutdown to conserve fast-depleting fuel reserves as the International Monetary Fund opened talks…Sri Lanka closed schools and halted all non-essential government services on Monday, beginning a two-week shutdown to conserve fast-depleting fuel reserves as the International Monetary Fund opened talks…

Bankrupt Sri Lanka opens IMF talks, begins shutdown

The foreign lender has a policy of not bailing out countries unless all its other creditors have first agreed to write down their loans, however, Sri Lanka's foreign debt stands at USD 51 billion.The foreign lender has a policy of not bailing out countries unless all its other creditors have first agreed to write down their loans, however, Sri Lanka's foreign debt stands at USD 51 billion.

Sri Lanka could have gone to IMF and started debt resettlement sooner: Central Bank Governor- The New Indian Express

IMF Team To Visit Colombo Next Week To Discuss Sri Lanka Assistance Programme

IMF Team To Visit Colombo Next Week To Discuss Sri Lanka Assistance Programme

Indian credit lines have been a lifeline for the neighbouring nation as public discontent grows over deteriorating economic circumstances.Indian credit lines have been a lifeline for the neighbouring nation as public discontent grows over deteriorating economic circumstances.

Unanimous support on need to stand with Lanka in difficult time: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar

Police were called to escort government officials as protestors blockaded the finance ministryPolice were called to escort government officials as protestors blockaded the finance ministry

IMF delegation arrives in Sri Lanka as fuel runs out - News | Khaleej Times

Colombo: The IMF has reaffirmed its commitment to help crisis-hit Sri Lanka as a team from the global lender is set to visit Colombo from Monday to continue discussions on a possible bailout programme...Colombo: The IMF has reaffirmed its commitment to help crisis-hit Sri Lanka as a team from the global lender is set to visit Colombo from Monday to continue discussions on a possible bailout...

IMF team to visit Colombo next week to discuss Sri Lanka assistance programme

P Nandalal Weerasinghe, Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, said that the island nation could have avoided the ongoing economicColombo: P Nandalal Weerasinghe, Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, said that the island nation could have avoided the ongoing economic crisis if it had approached the International Monetary Fund (IMF) earlier. Speaking to the BBC, the Governor said on Thursday night: “If we had taken the decision to go to the IMF earlier, […]

Sri Lanka could have avoided economic crisis: Central bank Guv

The IMF has reaffirmed its commitment to help crisis-hit Sri Lanka as a team from the global lender is set to visit Colombo from Monday to continue discussions on a possible bailout programme to support the island nation's economic recovery.Colombo: The IMF has reaffirmed its commitment to help crisis-hit Sri Lanka as a team from the global lender is set to visit Colombo from Monday to

IMF team to visit Colombo to discuss SL assistance programme - EastMojo

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IMF heads to Sri Lanka, Japan upper house election campaign, G-7 summit - Nikkei Asia

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Severe fuel shortage has brought economic activity to a virtual standstill while the country faces impending food crisis  Severe fuel shortage has brought economic activity to a virtual standstill while the country faces impending food crisis

IMF Team in Sri Lanka for Bailout Talks Amid Deepening Economic Crisis