Relations between India and Sri Lanka are diplomatic relations between India and Sri Lanka. Only 4% of Sri Lankans have a negative view of India, the lowest of all countries surveyed by Ipsos GlobalScan.  The two countries are also closely linked economically, as India is the island`s largest trading partner and an agreement to create a proto-market is also discussed at an advanced stage.  There is deep race and cultural relations between the two countries. India and Sri Lanka share a maritime border. India is the only Neighbour of Sri Lanka to be separated by Palk Street; The two nations occupy a strategic position in South Asia and have attempted to establish a common security shield in the Indian Ocean.  India and Sri Lanka are both Commonwealth republics of nations. List of agreements signed between India and Sri Lanka during the Sri Lankan President`s state visit to India (February 16, 2015) The border between India and Sri Lanka in waters from Adams Bridge to Palk Road are arcs of the broad circles between the following positions, In the order shown below, defined by latitude and longitude: Pl.
visit India`s following website for ISFTA tariff concessions and other Indian customs information: www.indiantradeportal.in/index.jsp The first agreement concerned the maritime border in the waters between Adam`s Bridge and the Palk Highway and came into force on 8 July 1974.  The second agreement, signed on 23 March and entered into force on 10 May 1976, defined maritime boundaries in the Gulf of Mannar and the Bay of Bengal.   Agreement between Sri Lanka and India on cooperation on the peaceful use of nuclear energy.