Colombo, 4 January 2022 (TDI): The government of Sri Lanka, has congratulated their counterpart Mynamar on their Independence Day on 4 January 2023.

The government and people of Mynamar are celebrating today as they mark the Independence Day of the country.

Today marks a remarkable day in the history of the country. The celebration began when the President gave a speech that showcased the military force of the country.

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Their partner and friend Sri Lanka extended their wishes and congratulated the country and its people on this day as they celebrate and remember what their forefathers did for the country.

A tweet by the Foreign Affairs Ministry of the government of Sri Lanka stated “Best wishes and sincere greetings from Sri Lanka to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar on the happy occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the Independence Day.

It has been 75 years now since the country gained independence to form the colonial rule of the British people and has continued to some form of crisis due to the military junta. Despite the challenges in their economic sectors.

The government of Sri Lanka uses this day to ensure that their relations with the people of Myanmar become stronger as they further encouraged them to stay stronger.

The Military Junta took over power from the democratic ruler, Aung San Suu Kyi, and jailed him for 33 years. Today is a day for them to showcase the traditions of the country and to remember the toils of their forefathers in the fight for freedom.

The leader of the Junta has encouraged the people to remain resolute and hopeful as they seek to bring development to them. There has been wide condemnation of their actions from various international observers.

They also use this day to acknowledge their partners and allies who stood by the country in all aspects of relations.