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Universal Children’s Day

‘Children, key to future prosperity’

President Maithripala  Sirisena
President Maithripala Sirisena

President Maithripala Sirisena in a message on the occasion of Universal Children’s Day, which falls today, said, “In any country in the world, the present young generation is the key to preserve its future prosperity and pride.”

“The need of the present era is to a build productive young generation which is equipped with knowledge, skills and high-quality values while having the ability to conquer the varying social and economic situations and face challenges.”

“Accordingly, it is the responsibility of a government and the elders to totally commit to creating a better society for the children and ensure a secure and friendly environment for them.”

“The need of the present era is to a build productive young generation who are equipped with knowledge, skills and high-quality values while having the ability to conquer the varying social and economic situations and face challenges.”

“Accordingly, it is the responsibility of a government and the elders to totally commit to create a better society for the children and ensure a secure and friendly environment for them.”

“Through this year’s theme Sumithuru Deyakin – Dinawamu Daruwan as well as by holding the National Ceremony for Universal Children’s Day, we expect to take the children forward to such a better end.”

“To achieve this target, many programmes including the ‘Let’s Protect Children’ programme have been implemented to ensure the safety, protection and development of children. Therefore, to build a proud, strong nation under the theme, Sumithuru Deyakin – Dinawamu Daruwan all parents, elders, institutions and organisations, officials, policymakers and politicians must unite to build a better future for children.”

“I wish this year’s Universal Children’s Day to be a successful and momentous effort which will bring prosperity to the children.”


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