Sri Lanka Economic Crisis: ‘Government breathing life into the economy’, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe said – 2023 will be important for the country
Sri Lanka’s 75th year of independence
There were long queues at fuel stations and thousands of people took to the streets to protest, carrying empty cooking gas cylinders. The Sri Lankan government had announced in May last year that Sri Lanka was on the verge of bankruptcy, stuck in foreign debt of $ 50 billion. Wickremesinghe said, ‘In fact, 2023 will be an important year in which we plan to transform the economy. 2023 is also the 75th year of independence from the British Empire.
China behind China’s destruction
National Day or Independence Day is celebrated in Sri Lanka every year on this date to commemorate the independence from the British rule in 1948 on February 4. China is behind Sri Lanka’s economic ruin, in whose debt trap the island country has become poor. Sri Lanka had to lease its Hambantota port to China for 99 years due to non-payment of debt. China now uses it for spying in the Indian Ocean and sends its spy ships here.
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