The High Commissioner emphasised that although the economies of Kerala and Sri Lanka appear similar at first glance, there is potential to create synergies and leverage market advantage through creation of a common platform and conduct of research on commodities that both Sri Lanka and Kerala dominate in the world market.
Reciprocating the sentiments expressed by the High Commissioner, Chief Minister Chandy invited Sri Lanka to participate at the highest possible level in the ‘Emerging Kerala 2012’ Conference cum Trade and Investment Promotion event scheduled to be held in September 2012 in Kochi.
The High Commissioner attended a dinner hosted in his honour by the Minister of Home Affairs of the State of Kerala, Thiruvanahoor Radhakrishnan, at which all senior officials of the Home Ministry and Internal Security were present.
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