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Title: Sri Lanka and the Maldives at 54: a new foreign policy agenda for neighbourly islands
Authors: Fernando, Srimal
Nizar, Mizly
Keywords: Foreign policymakers
Sri Lanka’s strategic relations
Maldives Decentralization Act
Issue Date: 15-Aug-2019
Publisher: DailyFT
Citation: Fernando, S. (August 15, 2019). Sri Lanka and the Maldives at 54: a new foreign policy agenda for neighbourly islands. /www.ft.lk/opinion/
Description: As with the Maldives, Sri Lanka too has a flourishing tourism industry with over two million tourist arrivals in 2018. In this respect, mutely-beneficial bilateral agreements in the tourism sector between the two neighbourly island nations can play an important role in driving their respective GDPs upwards
URI: http://www.ft.lk/opinion/Sri-Lanka-and-the-Maldives-at-54-A-new-foreign-policy-agenda-for-neighbourly-islands/14-683910
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