Now make payments through UPI in Sri Lanka and Mauritius, PM Modi launched

By Sudhakar Yadav February 12, 2024 3:35 PM IST
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Photo: PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi

UPI There is good news for the user. Now if they go to Sri Lanka or Mauritius, they will be able to make payments through their UPI there also. In fact, India’s Unified Payment Interface (UPI) services were launched in Sri Lanka and Mauritius on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth joined online to launch it. The launch of Indian services in Sri Lanka and Mauritius comes against the backdrop of India’s growing bilateral economic ties with both the countries. With this, UPI service will be available to Indian citizens traveling to Sri Lanka and Mauritius as well as citizens of these countries traveling to India.

Modi said these things while speaking at the launch

On the occasion of the launch of UPI service in Sri Lanka and Mauritius, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that today is a special day for the three friendly countries of the Indian Ocean region. I believe that Sri Lanka and Mauritius will benefit from the UPI system. He said that digital public infrastructure has brought revolutionary changes in India. UPI is taking on the new responsibility of uniting partners with India.

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