The Opposition SJB states that twelve diplomats representing the US, Canada, Australia, European Commission, India and Japan several other countries had discussions with opposition Leader Sajith Premadasa on the current socio-political situation of the country.
Reports said the diplomats have, pledged support to revive the country from the doldrums.
Meanwhile, US Ambassador Julie Chung congratulated the newly appointed Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.
Julie Chung tweeted that Ranil Wickremsinghe’s appointment as PM, and the quick formation of an inclusive government, are the first steps to addressing the crisis & promoting stability. We encourage meaningful progress at the IMF & long-term solutions that meet the needs of all Sri Lankans.
Meanwhile, the Indian High Commission also tweeted.
India reiterated its commitment to the Sri Lankan people after Ranil Wickremesinghe became the new PM.
It said India hopes for political stability and looks forward to working with the government formed in accordance with democratic processes pursuant to the swearing-in of Ranil Wickremesinghe as the Prime minister.