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A group of 10 Korean delegates including professors /academics from Korea Food Research Institute and Tea Industrialists from the Republic of South Korea were invited for the International Symposium on Traditional and Complementary Medicine, Educational Exhibition & Trade Fair- TradMed International, 2017- Sri Lanka organized by the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine, in collaboration with the University of Sri Jayewardenepura (USJP) and World Health, held on the 23rd – 25th of November 2017 at Water’s Edge, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The Korean delegates were invited for a visit to USJP on the 29th November 2017. This meeting was held at USJP Premises in the presence of Prof Ranil De Silva Director of the World Class University Project, USJP.
As a fruitful effort of this discussion USJP will be initiating a step forward to build up a private public partnership between USJP and South Korea on Ceylon Tea and Ceylon Cinnamon extraction.