President Muhammadu Buhari has said Nigeria will look into the closure of her embassy in Colombo, Sri Lanka two years ago in view of the vital relationship it has with that nation.
He disclosed this at a farewell audience he granted the outgoing High Commissioner of the Democratic Republic of Sri Lanka, Thambirajah Raveenthiran at the State House, Abuja, on Tuesday.
He said the money issues the nation battled with at the time caused the closure of some Nigerian embassies and consulates during a rationalisation exercise.
He then promised that his government would re-examine that decision as it affected Sri Lanka following the request by the outgoing High Commissioner.
Buhari also wished Raveenthiran success in his future endeavours.
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