According to reports, the news published on the Lankadeepa website under the headline that well-known businessman Mr. Bill Gates is scheduled to visit Sri Lanka next year is completely false.
According to the headline, Mr. Bill Gates is visiting Sri Lanka, but according to the news, Mr. Bill Gates has not yet been invited to visit Sri Lanka.
According to the news, President Ranil Wickremesinghe has focused on holding an international renewable energy conference in the middle of next year, and the President has handed over all arrangements to Mr. Eric Solheim, the President’s senior advisor, and Mr. Ruwan Wijayawardena, the President’s international advisor on climate change.
However, the Lankadeepa website reported that Bill Gates would attend the summit to help build the image of Lankadeepa owner Mr. Ruwan Wijayawardena, as follows.
The Lankadeepa website had reported the news as follows.
Bill Gates to Sri Lanka next year
President Ranil Wickremesinghe is focused on holding an international renewable energy conference in the middle of next year.
The President has entrusted Mr. Eric Solheim, the International Advisor on Climate Change, and Mr. Ruwan Wijayawardena, the President’s Senior Advisor, to arrange all the related arrangements.
This decision was reached when Mr. Eric Solheim and Mr. Ruwan Wijayawardena met President Ranil Wickramasinghe and discussed.
President Ranil Wickramasinghe has informed Mr. Eric Solheim to invite a number of leaders engaged in the world’s renewable energy sector to Sri Lanka. Senior Adviser to the President on Climate Change Mr. Ruwan Wijayawardena stated that he has planned to develop renewable energy in the country in consultation with the officials of the main institutions coming to the conference. It has also been decided to invite Mr. Bill Gates, a world-renowned businessman, to Sri Lanka and start a climate change management program together with him. In addition, it has also been decided to present the Climate Change Act to Parliament in the first quarter of next year