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" Invoke Blessings for Sri Lanka , President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Sri Lankans on Geneva Deliberations, ” - Sri Lankan Embassy in Israel

Sri Lankan Embassy with the Sri Lankan community conducted a "Pinkama" to invoke blessings to Sri Lanka, President and those involved in the defense of Sri Lanka and Sri Lankans on Geneva Deliberations .

" Invoke Blessings for Sri Lanka , President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Sri Lankans on Geneva  Deliberations, ” -  Sri Lankan Embassy in Israel
" Invoke Blessings for Sri Lanka , President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Sri Lankans on Geneva  Deliberations, ” -  Sri Lankan Embassy in Israel
" Invoke Blessings for Sri Lanka , President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Sri Lankans on Geneva  Deliberations, ” -  Sri Lankan Embassy in Israel

Request to the Office Of High Commissioner to Undertake a Comprehensive Independent Investigation reflects a partisan politicised Agenda - Ambassador Ariyasinha

Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Ambassador Ravinatha Aryasinha responding to the High Commissioner's Report on Sri Lanka, informed the UN Human Rights Council on 26th March that rather than encourage and support the ongoing reconciliation process in Sri Lanka, as well as the constructive engagement Sri Lanka continues to maintain with the Council, it was ironic that the draft resolution on Sri Lanka being mooted by some members of this Council, is reflective of the same partisan politicized agenda through its request to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to undertake "a comprehensive independent investigation".

Request to the Office Of High Commissioner to Undertake a Comprehensive Independent Investigation reflects a  partisan politicised Agenda  - Ambassador Ariyasinha
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International Respiratory Societies to assist in finding the 3 million “missed” TB cases

A major focus of this World TB Day is the 3 million TB cases that the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates are “missed” each year - that is, cases that go undetected, undiagnosed and untreated.

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Sri Lanka asks states what action they would take if confronted with the threat of re-grouping terror networks in their countries

Exercising the right to reply on statements made regarding the arrest and detention of Ms. Balendran Jeyakumari, and the incidents in Killinochchi last week, Sri Lanka asked the member states at the 25th Session of the Human Rights Council on 26 March 2014 how their respective countries would react if there was a credible threat of re-grouping terror networks and if they would remain passive bystanders or take proactive action to ensure terror networks were kept at bay.

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UNHRC Resolution: Sri Lanka should initiate its own investigation of events since 1975

Sri Lanka is facing defeat at the UNHRC as the resolution calling for an investigation of possible human rights abuses and crimes against humanity by the Office of the UNHRC Commissioner during the period of the LLRC enquiry, is set to be approved by the Council.

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