President Maithripala Sirisena says that cooperation between Government and Provincial Institutions should be improved to achieve national development targets. The President emphasized this at the 33rd Chief Ministers’ Summit in Habarana. The President pointed out that the nine provincial councils which are working in nine different ways have become a major problem to achieve common development targets of the country. He emphasized the need to work on a consensual method by all these institutions. The President said that all public representatives are bound to perform their duties responsibly as the public comes under pressure if an efficient service is not provided for them. North Central Chief Minister Peshala Jayaratne presented a memento to the President. The Chairmanship of the next Chief Ministers’ Summit was handed over to Wayamba Province by the North Central Province. A group of people including Minister Duminda Dissanayake and North Central Province Governor P.B. Dissanayake were present on the occasion. Meanwhile President Maithripala Sirisena after attending the Chief Ministers’ Summit, vested in the public with a Walking Path and a Park built near the Anuradhapura Nuwara Wewa. It was built on a concept of North Central Chief Minister Peshala Jayaratne. The Park has been built with funds from the Government and the Provincial Councils.