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Concerned about Sri Lanka’s lurch towards the US and the West, China is sending its Defence Minister Gen.Chang Wanquan to Colombo for a there-day trip beginning on Sunday.
The two-day event which began yesterday was significant for the navy as it had completed building the new St Anthony's church.
There is already a Sri Lankan naval base there, which, according to the agreement, will become a property of the joint venture company.
The island nation has been particularly against the demands for relaxation of norms for fishermen from Tamil Nadu to use fishing trawlers.
The court dismissed the case on the grounds that the petitioner was not present.
The minister said Sri Lanka and India will have more talks to seek a solution to the long-standing disputes between fishermen.
The port, constructed by former President Mahinda Rajapaksa with a Chinese loan of US$ 1.4 billion, has been without business so far because it has no worthwhile hinterland.
The Framework Agreement provides for the setting up of a JV company between CMPort and the Sri Lanka Ports Authority.
Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Mangala Samarweera is expected to hold talks with Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj today.
The navy said oil spills had posed a significant threat on the marine environment to date.
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