He also referred to India's financial aid to help the island country deal with its severe economic crisis.
President Rajapaksa was not present in the presidential House when a mob stormed the building on Saturday.
Angered by the attack, the protesters had set fire to the house of Wickremesinghe who had left it with his wife.
The 53-year-old Jayasuriya said he always stands with the people of Sri Lanka adding that the people will celebrate victory soon.
So as to ensure the safety of the citizens, the prime minister said he is agreeable to this recommendation by the Opposition party leaders.
According to sources, the President had been moved out of his residence on Friday, in anticipation of Saturday's protests.
According to the Prime Minister's Office, the premier also has requested the Speaker to summon Parliament in an effort to find a solution to the crisis.
On Monday night, anti-government protesters surrounded the Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Temple Trees, and tried to enter it. Later, they burnt vehicles parked outside the house.