This is not the right time for former President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to return to Sri Lanka – Presiden

President Ranil Wickremesinghe says that this is not the right time for former President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa to come back to Sri Lanka. The President said this in an interview with the International Wall Street Journal. His return to the island at this time, due to the economic crisis, tens of thousands of people lined up to oust him. President Wickremesinghe has said that there may be another protest among the protesters. In the midst of strong public protests, after traveling to the Maldives on an air force plane and then going to Singapore, the former president announced his resignation on July 13, and he stayed in Singapore and his short-term passport The Singaporean The Straits Times recently reported that the government of Singapore had given permission to extend it by another 14 days. However, in a press conference last week to announce the Cabinet decisions, Cabinet Spokesperson Minister Dr. Bandula Gunawardena said that Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa was not in hiding, and he is back again. that they are expected to come to this country A senior official of the Sri Lankan government, who did not wish to reveal the names of those who spoke with Mr. Ims, said that the former president will return to Sri Lanka as soon as possible, and that he is eager to live again in his private residence near the capital. Meanwhile, the current president, Ranil Wickremesinghe In an interview held yesterday with the Wall Street Journal, he said that he believes that the time has not yet come for the former President to come to Sri Lanka. Also, the President who commented to the relevant Journal about the country’s economy said, “I think we are already at rock bottom; It’s over. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. We are trying to reach it as soon as possible,” the President had also stated here that many Sri Lankans suffering from massive inflation, fuel and cooking gas problems in the country will take months to see any significant positive change in their economic conditions. I.M. The President also points out that it is important to have successful discussions at the staff level in reaching agreements to obtain F funds, and that the government hopes to have those discussions successful by the end of August. However, if there was political stability, in this month (July) President Ranil Wickremesinghe had said in the interview that “we could have got it”.

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