New Delhi, February 12: India's Unified Payment Interface (UPI) services were on Monday rolled out in Sri Lanka and Mauritius during a virtual ceremony attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the top leadership of the two island nations.
Mauritian PM Pravind Jugnauth and Sri Lanka's President Ranil Wickremesinghe joined Modi at the virtual ceremony. Jobs Coming in India: US-Based Fintech Company Formidium Opens New Office in India, Plans To Hire Over 40–50 Employees for Different Roles in Next Three Years.
The launch of the Indian services in Sri Lanka and Mauritius came amid New Delhi's increasing bilateral economic ties with the two countries. Manju Agarwal Resigns From Post of Director of Paytm Payments Bank Due to Personal Commitments.
The launch enables the availability of UPI settlement services for Indian nationals travelling to Sri Lanka and Mauritius as well as for Mauritian nationals travelling to India.