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Sri lanka News – Sri Lanka will meet creditors over the next few weeks to update them on the economic development and a reform package agreed with the International Monetary Fund, the Finance Ministry said.

Sri Lanka and the IMF has announced a staff level program for 2.9 billion US dollar extended fund facility.

“This agreement is a testimony to our commitment to carry out the necessary reforms to offer a better life to our fellow citizens,” President Ranil Wickremesinghe said.

“It paves the way for the provision of financial support from the IMF and other development partners that should help us to address current external imbalances.”

Creditors could contact financial advisors at [email protected] and legal advisors at [email protected]

Sri Lanka has been “working with legal and financial advisors on the debt restructuring strategy.

A presentation will be made to creditors to update them on the most recent economic developmetns and main areas of the reform package. (Colomo/Sept02/2022)

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