Sri Lankan Minister: Tehran, Colombo to launch direct trade

by www.irna.ir

Tehran, Nov 2, IRNA – Sri Lankan Minister of Primary Industries (agriculture and fisheries) Daya Gama said on Wednesday that direct trade between the two countries can be more beneficial for both nations.


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