Sri Lanka aims to revive historic silk route
Sarath Wije Singhe says the project will greatly benefit the Middle East. Abu Dhabi: Sri Lanka is reviving the historic silk route, which was used by Arabs to explore Asia with the opening of a new seaport in southern Hambantota last week, according to the Sri Lankan Ambassador to the UAE.
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#1 Aug 25, 2010
Nice to see a sinhalese embassader in middle east.
former Thambi thanapathiwaru karapu ekama deya thamaye arabi salli hoyagena awith palli gahana eka.
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