Japanese FM Visits Colombo Port to Bolster Bilateral Ties

Yoko Kamikawa, Japan's Minister for Foreign Affairs, conducted an official visit to Sri Lanka, emphasizing bilateral cooperation.

During her visit to the Colombo Port, a significant hub of collaboration between Japan and Sri Lanka, Kamikawa received a briefing from the Managing Director of the Sri Lanka Port Authority on the port's strategic importance in the Indian Ocean logistics network.
The visit underscores Japan's commitment to strengthening ties with Sri Lanka, particularly in maritime cooperation. Minister Kamikawa expressed Japan's intention to enhance collaboration in the maritime domain, including providing a vessel equipped with sonar technology to aid in maritime charting efforts.
Her Sri Lankan counterpart, Minister Ali Sabry, reaffirmed Sri Lanka's dedication to fostering peace and stability in the Indian Ocean region, highlighting the shared goals of both nations.