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Turkey donates Ventilators and Protective Equipment to SL to address Covid-19 challenges

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Foreign Secretary Admiral Prof. Jayanath Colombage formally accepted a donation of 10 Ventilators and a consignment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) donated by the Government of Turkey.

The stock was presented by the Ambassador of Turkey in Sri Lanka, Demet ?ekercio?lu, at the Foreign Ministry last week.

The donation was made by the Turkish Government in support of Sri Lanka’s ongoing Covid-19 containment efforts of the Government.

Foreign Secretary Colombage expressed the Sri Lankan government’s gratitude and deep appreciation to the government of Turkey for the valued donation, while recalling the ever growing mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries.

The Foreign Secretary also referred to the increased importance of bilateral relations between Sri Lanka and Turkey in recent times, including in the economic sphere.



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