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Jul 21, 2018
9:18PM

PM Modi inaugurates ambulance service in Sri Lanka

The Prime Minister today said, Sri Lanka is not just a neighbouring country, but a very special and trusted partner of India in South Asia and in Indian Ocean.

Addressing the programme marking the expansion of Emergency Ambulance Service over the entire island of Sri Lanka via video conferencing, Mr Modi said, the event marks another major achievement in the development partnership of India and Sri Lanka.

Mr Modi expressed happiness that India has fulfilled its promise in a timely manner and the second phase of the service has begun. He said, India has been and will always be the first responder for Sri Lanka in both good and bad times. 

Our Columbo correspondent reports, the emergency ambulance project funded by India has been appreciated by one and all.
 

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