India and Sri Lanka have extended the existing Science and Technology cooperation for three more years, with focus on new areas like waste-water technologies, sustainable agriculture, aerospace engineering, robotics and artificial intelligence. The decision was taken during the 5th Joint Committee meeting on Science and Technology Cooperation between India and Sri Lanka yesterday.
Speaking on the occasion, advisor and Head, International Cooperation, Department of Science and Technology S. K. Varshney said, India and Sri Lanka have a great legacy of intellectual, cultural, and religious interaction and relationship of more than two thousand 500 years old. He said, trade and investment and cooperation in education and other sectors have gone up in recent times.
The Secretary, State Ministry of Skills Development, Research and Innovations, Sri Lanka, Deepa Liyange welcomed India’s cooperation in Science and Technology sectors and research areas for boosting scientific knowledge in the country.

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