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British High Commission delegation visits Hambantota Port


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A delegation from the British High Commission recently visited the Hambantota Port and was welcomed by the port operator, Hambantota International Port Group (HIPG) — a company established as a public-private partnership between the Government of Sri Lanka and China Merchants Port Holdings Company Ltd. (CMPort) to develop the port. Standing from left: British High Commission Political Affairs Officer Dinidu de Alwis, HIPG Chief Operating Officer Tissa Wickremasinghe, Hambantota International Port Services (HIPS) CEO Ravindra Jayawickreme (AFNI), Deputy High Commissioner Tom Burn, HIPG CEO Ray Ren and British High Commission Second Secretary Phil Dickinson


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