Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is in Sri Lanka for a two-day official visit. During this time he will meet the new Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahindra Rajapaksa. The Foreign Minister of Pakistan will also meet his counterpart Dinesh Gunawardena. In this visit, there will be talks on bilateral relations related to both regional and international issues. Significantly, last month, the new President and Prime Minister of Sri Lanka took their oath of office. The implications of this visit and what are the major concerns of India.
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Diplomatically this visit of Pakistan Foreign Minister is very important. Because the trend of Sri Lanka, Pakistan and China is not good for India. President Gotabaya has a keen interest in China. In such a situation, this thing becomes more important when the current government of Sri Lanka has been anti-India. In such a situation, India will also keep an eye on this journey.
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India had shown great readiness to get in touch with the new President. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar was the first foreign high official to meet Gotabaya. Jaishankar also invited the newly elected President to visit India, along with a greeting letter given by the Prime Minister. He has also accepted this invitation. He will come to India this week as the President for his first foreign tour. Earlier, after winning the election, he announced that he did not want his country to be involved in any kind of regional power pull. This was considered to be a response to his alleged tilt with China.
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