Bi-lateral talks of Maldives- Sri Lanka to upgrade power sector based on climatic factors
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A special official discussion was held between Hon. Dullas Alahapperuma, Minister of Power and Mr. Omer A Razak, High Commissioner of Maldives in Sri Lanka on the support of the climatic factors of Sri Lanka on the power sector of this country and on possible improvements of the power sector in Sri Lanka based on the climatic conditions.
The High Commissioner of Maldives who got information about balanced climate in Sri Lanka and the changes in climatic factors during each season of the year from the Minster of Power expressed that climate in Sri Lanka is similar to the clime of his country. Further, he had extensive discussions on the use of climatic factors on upgrading the power sector in Sri Lanka.
Hon. Dullas Alahapperuma, Minister of Power explained to the High Commissioner of Maldives that Sri Lanka has been directed towards renewable resources going beyond the traditional way of generating power and generating power using solar power and wind power is in progress targeting dry climatic conditions. The Minister further explained to the High Commissioner that as the Minister in charge of the subject of power he has been assigned with the duty of continuous supply of quality electricity meeting the demand at a minimum price and he has been exploring the avenues to achieve it.
The High Commissioner of Maldives said that he is pleased about Sri Lanka’s achievement of being the country with uninterrupted power supply during all 24 hours in South Asia and pays his gratitude to the Minister Dullas Alahapperuma for his untiring effort on behalf of this accomplishment.
At the official discussion held at the Ministry of Power, the High Commissioner of Maldives emphasized that arrangements could be made to provide job opportunities for retired medical officers and nurses in their country to strengthen the long term bilateral relationship between Sri Lanka and Maldives and to honour Sri Lanka for being in new track under the present government.