The former Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, has planned to visit Sri Lanka in the first week of February.
Accordingly, he will visit the island on the 6th of February and will sign several agreements related to sustainable development and climate change.
Mr. Ban Ki-moon is coming to the island on the invitation of President Ranil Wickresinghe and is planning to meet and discuss with the President on the 7th of February.
He is currently serving as the chairman of the Global Green Development Institute, a government agency in South Korea.
Mr. Ban Ki-moon, as the head of that institution, is going to sign the relevant agreements.
It is also planned to discuss the climate change university proposed to be established in this country.
According to these agreements, it is reported that related projects will be implemented jointly with Korea.