External Affairs Deputy Minister Neomal Perera handed over cheques to the value of Rs. 15 million as compensation to the next of kin of two deceased persons. The two Sri Lankans had met their tragic demise in Saudi Arab ...
Joint Press Statement
Third Round of Political Consultations between the Foreign Secretaries of Sri Lanka and Pakistan were held on 4th April 2013 in Colombo. The Sri Lanka delegation was led by Mr. Karunatilaka Amunugama, Secretary, External Affairs of Sri Lanka and the Pakistan delegation was led by Mr. Jalil Abbas Jilani, Foreign Secretary of Pakistan. The two sides had discussions on a wide range of issues based on mutual respect and understanding.
Given the shared priorities and objectives, there is immense scope for collaboration between Sri Lanka and the Seychelles, and there is every reason for satisfaction with the accomplishments on the ground during the last few months, President James Alix Michel of the Seychelles said on Wednesday.
The Government of Sri Lanka regrets the recent incidents of intimidation of Sri Lankan nationals particularly instances of violent assaults against Buddhist Monks in Thanjavur and at the Central Chennai Railway Station, India.
An Australian delegation, led by Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, AC, AFC (Ret’d), the Australian Prime Minister’s Special Envoy met with Hon. Neomal Perera, Acting Minister of External Affairs at the Ministry of External Affairs on 14th March 2013.
The Seventh Working Group on Energy is held at Marawila from 15-16 March 2013, with the participation of delegates from the SAARC Member States. The Meeting is expected to cover a wide range of issues including a proposa ...
The attention of the Government of Sri Lanka has been drawn to the media interviews given by Mr. Simon Danczuk, UK MP for Rochdale during his recent visit to Sri Lanka to make inquiries about the progress in the legal proceedings relating to the death of Mr. Khuram Shaikh, a UK national which took place on 25 December 2011 in Tangalle.