SriLanka holds B2B session with Bangladeshi MICE delegates for tourism revival

Colombo : Sri Lanka Convention Bureau (SLCB) together with the Sri Lanka High Commission in Bangladesh and SriLankan Airlines organised a familiarisation tour for a seven-member delegation from Bangladesh in Sri Lanka on November 19-24, 2022. 

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