A date is set for a crucial discussion on Sri Lanka’s debt restructuring
Another crucial discussion between the International Monetary Fund and Sri Lanka’s creditors is scheduled to be held on November 3rd.
Debt restructuring in Sri Lanka is to be discussed at length.
Sagala Ratnayake, President’s Senior Adviser on National Security and Chief of Staff to the President, and Sarwat Jahan, the new Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund for Sri Lanka, Tubugas Feridhanusetyawan, the Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund who is leaving Sri Lanka after completing his term of service. Tubagus Feridhanusetyawan) was held yesterday (27) afternoon at the President’s office and this was mentioned.
Special attention was paid to debt restructuring measures as well as creditor’s conference.
Sagala Ratnayake told the representatives of the International Monetary Fund that he expected to inform President Ranil Wickramasinghe about the matters that were focused on in this discussion and to inform the President’s response promptly.
RHS Samaratunga, Senior Advisor to the President on Economic Affairs, was also present in this discussion.