Govt. concerned over replacement of EU monitors
SCOPP questions LTTE's contradictory stance on Anton Balasingham
The Secretariat for Co-ordinating the Peace
Process in a release yesterday scoffed at the LTTE demand
for the removal of SLMM monitors from European Union countries as
LTTE theoretician and head of the peace delegation Anton Balasingham
is himself an EU citizen, residing in an EU country.
LTTE rejection of EU monitors ruse to skip talks - Kohona
Secretary General of the Government Peace
Secretariat Dr. Palitha Kohona said that the LTTE's overt rejection
of peace monitors from EU countries was a mere eyewash in order to
keep away from participating in the Oslo talks.
Lankan post-tsunami resilience showcased in London
Small to medium-scale entrepreneurs affected by
the Boxing-Day tsunami have been telling a story of great resilience
at the 'Serendib' trade exhibition being held at London's New
Connaught Rooms from June 21 and 23.
Sri Lanka-Malaysia Joint Commission focuses on cooperation in
The Sri Lanka-Malaysia Joint Commission meeting
at its inaugural session focused on economic, technical, cultural
and human resources development cooperation among a host of other
issues of mutual benefit to both countries.