Today (18 February 2019) at 15.00 hrs. At the Command Building 1, Government House, Mr. Gilly Chayavikapaperaera (Gamini Jayawickrama Perera), Minister of Buddhism and Development, Wayamba Province, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Paid a courtesy call on Mr. Suwapan Tanyuwatana, Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office On the occasion of being a special representative, the President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka visited Thailand. To invite Bud Ton Sri Mahapho from the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to give as a gift to the Thai government The following summary
The Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office welcomed the Minister of Buddhism, wife and faculty of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. As a minister for religious affairs Thank you to the Government of Sri Lanka for honoring Thailand. Gave the Phra Sri Maha Pho Tree Bud to the Thai government And assigned him to be a special representative to invite the head of Phra Sri Maha Pho to give to the Thai government And thanked the Sri Lankan government for welcoming and welcoming the Prime Minister in July 2018, in which the Prime Minister visited Sri Lanka officially.
Minister of Buddhism Mentioning the donation of the Phra Sri Maha Pho tree to the Thai government as the intention of the Sri Lankan government By Bud Phra Si Mahaphop From the Phra Sri Maha Pho tree, Anuradhapura, aged over 2 thousand years, the President of Sri Lanka is willing to give the Phra Maha Pho Tree Bud to remember. And consecrated as a royal charity to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Boromnat Bophit and blessing His Majesty the King Mahawacharakon Bintornthep Thep Yuangrang On the occasion of the new reign And for the prosperity of Thailand
Both sides appreciated the smooth relationship between each other. Are two countries with cultural ties Which has Theravada Buddhism as a link Regular exchanges of high-level visits result in significant dynamics in bilateral relations. The Sri Lankan side encourages cooperation in religious tourism with Thailand To promote public relations And on this occasion Sri Lanka receives support from Thailand. Sri Lanka wishes to register the Tripitaka Is a memory of the world with UNESCO
Source: Royal Thai Government