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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Seoul, Korea participates at SIWA & Diplomatic Bazaar 2013

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Seoul participated at the 2013 SIWA & Diplomatic Bazaar which was recently held in Seoul.

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Seoul, Korea participates at  SIWA & Diplomatic Bazaar 2013
The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Seoul, Korea participates at  SIWA & Diplomatic Bazaar 2013
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PM Cameron’s call for probe into Sri Lanka alleged abuse- What Hypocrisy?

Mr. Cameron’s much publicized calls for an independent probe in to Sri Lanka's alleged human rights abuses smack of cynical hypocrisy. While well calculated to placate the LTTE vote bank in the UK, it is sadly lacking in sincerity.

Cameron in Jaffna: The (in)famous visit?
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“Can you hear us now?” – Giving a Voice to the Children and Young People

The Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Permanent Mission of the Netherlands, UNICEF, Child Helpline International and the 2nd Floor Youth Helpline organized the launch of the publication “the voices of children and young people” at the United Nations on November 20 th 2013. The UN Children’s Day is also celebrated on this day.

“Can you hear us now?” – Giving a Voice to the Children and Young People
“Can you hear us now?” – Giving a Voice to the Children and Young People
“Can you hear us now?” – Giving a Voice to the Children and Young People
“Can you hear us now?” – Giving a Voice to the Children and Young People
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Sachin has no blood on his hands!

We strongly condemn the Talibans’ warning to the Pakistani press for praising Indian star cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar.

Sachin has no blood on his hands!
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The Last Phase: EU Parliament catches the first glimpse of the true story around a former female LTTE cadre

The Last Phase, a documentary that revolves around the fate of a former LTTE woman fighter, was screened at the EU parliament in Brussels on Thursday. The event was hosted by Geoffrey Van Orden, the Chair of Friends of Sri Lanka of the EU parliament. Mr Van Orden is a member of EU parliament, representing the Conservative Party in the UK.

Ambassador P M Amza,
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