• Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

India hands over INR 450 million for Sri Lanka’s Unique Digital Identity project

Indian High Commissioner handed over a cheque of 450 million for the Sri Lanka Unique Digital Identity (SL-UDI) Project. 

High Commission of India in Colombo, Sri Lanka twitted, “High Commissioner handed over a cheque of INR 450 million to State Minister Hon. @kanakadh, in the gracious presence of Hon. @SagalaRatnayaka today for SLUDI project, which is being implemented through grant assistance by Govt of #India.”

The SL-UDI project holds immense promise in bolstering Sri Lanka’s digital infrastructure and fostering growth across various sectors. With this notable step, the nation inches closer to a more technologically advanced future, poised for enhanced economic development and prosperity, according to Sri Lanka’s President’s Media Divisiom.

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