Secretary General of the Commonwealth– Patricia Scotland took to her social media and assured her full support to Sri Lanka and its new President- Ranil Wickremesinghe.
CSG Patricia Scotland stated that she will be very happy to work and collaborate with the new President of Sri Lanka, Ranil Wickremesinghe. She asserted that the Commonwealth always stand with the country and helps them to fulfil their aspirations to stronger their democratic and constitutional governance.
Through her social media, she extended her and Commonwealth’s full supppt to the country and wrote, “I look forward to working with the new President of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe. The Commonwealth stands ready to support the aspirations of Sri Lankans to continue to strengthen their democratic and constitutional governance.”
CSG Scotland asserted that the member countries of the Commonwealth would also remain committed in order to deepen the ties with Sri Lanka and the international community. She stressed that with everyone’s incredible support, they could address and solve the current issue of the economic crisis.
Moreover, everyone also should be dedicatedly focused on the sustainable development and prosperity of all Sri Lankans.
CSG Patricia Scotland added, “The Commonwealth family of nations remains committed to partnering with all in Sri Lanka and the international community to help to address the current economic crisis so as to achieve sustainable development and prosperity for all Sri Lankans.”
The #Commonwealth family of nations remains committed to partnering with all in #SriLanka 🇱🇰 and the international community to help to address the current economic crisis so as to achieve sustainable development and prosperity for all Sri Lankans. https://t.co/sOoOzm1iCN
— Patricia Scotland QC (@PScotlandCSG) July 21, 2022
Earlier, the official post of the Commonwealth on social media outlined that last month when the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2022 was held in Rwanda, various other countries also admitted to the family. Last month at #CHOGM2022, #Gabon and #Togo were admitted as the 55th and 56th members of the Commonwealth family.
The Commonwealth, through social media, noted, “Neither country has a historical association with the #Commonwealth, with both gaining independence from France in the 1960s.”