Investment opportunities in Sri Lanka have expanded with the massive post-conflict development in the country and the prevailing peace, President Mahinda Rajapaksa said.
Meeting a special Japanese Buddhist delegation visiting the country yesterday at the Temple Trees, the President has pointed out that there are immense opportunities for Japanese investors to undertake investments.
In a brief sermon, the head of the Japanese Buddhist delegation and Chief incumbent of the Gangoji Vihare, the Ven. Sujimura Thaisen Thera has noted that they decided to visit Sri Lanka in peace time following the end of the war and appreciated the government's efforts for religious renaissance.
The Japanese Buddhist delegation which comprises 38 members presented a Buddha statue to the President and the President presented a memento to the delegation to mark the occasion.
The chief incumbent of Kadawatha Rammuthugala Vihara Ven. Seelagama Wimala Thero, Deputy Minister of Construction, Engineering Services, Housing and Common Amenities Lasantha Alagiyawanne were also present.