India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka hit after rounds of negotiations end in stalemate

India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in

India had submitted an unsolicited investment proposal to Sri Lanka’s ministry of civil aviation after the latter closed the call for expressions of interest for a business venture to turn around the airport, dubbed the world’s emptiest, in December 2016.

Sri Lanka : India\’s attempts to control world\’s emptiest

* India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka hit after rounds of negotiations end in stalemate Sat, Jul 14, 2018, 07:31 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in

India had submitted an unsolicited investment proposal to Sri Lanka’s ministry of civil aviation after the latter closed the call for expressions of interest for a business venture to turn around the airport, dubbed the world’s emptiest, in December 2016.

India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in

One Response to “India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka hit after rounds of negotiations end in stalemate” Hiranthe Says: July 15th, 2018 at 3:36 pm. The writer conveniently ignores the atrocities of India against its southern neighbour!! Leave a …

Why is India buying world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka

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