“The arrival has been confirmed now. We need to improve our country’s economy. The necessary arrangements will be made based on the approval of health authorities.” Joint Cabinet Spokesman, Minister Keheliya Rambukwella remarked.
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Meanwhile, Indrananda Silva, working committee member of the Front line socialist party warned about the possibility of the US resurfacing the MCC agreement. “America has agreed to provide a grant of 500 million USD. America has reiterated that 20 million of the total sum will be presented to aid in the efforts of combatting COVID-19. Then, 480 million USD is left. This sum is the amount which was to be provided as a grant through the MCC” he said.