Prime Minister calls for urgent dialogue on terrorism

RanilPrime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has called for urgent international dialogue on terrorism that must include steps in addressing it effectively.

The Prime Minister said this in a message sent to Charles Michel, the Prime Minister of Belgium in which he expressed shock over the recent terror attacks that took place in Brussels.

Wickremesinghe said that having experienced the horror of terror attacks, Sri- Lankans understand well the difficulties faced by the international community concerning atrocities of this nature.

“As always, we have nothing but condemnation for such acts of violence. We believe that this incident highlights the need for an urgent dialogue on terrorism that must include steps in addressing it effectively,” the Prime Minister said.

He added that the thoughts and prayers of all Sri Lankans are with Belgium as the country faces a period of national mourning. (Colombo Gazette)


  1. What is there to be discussed on terrorism? Ranil Wickramasinghe is one of the prominent Sri Lankan well supported LTTE Terrorism in Sri Lanka.

    As Sri Lanka did, only thing world shall do is annihilate terrorrism and route out every level of the organisation propagating terrorism. There are no talks, which is a waste of time.

    We as Sri Lankans know about peace talks held with terrorist.

  2. The West create terrorism to divide and rule others. We all know who created Bin Laden. We also know who supported the LTTE indirectly through diaspora for few decades. We also know that the West supported IS to grow to undermine the Middle East. Dialogue will not work with the people who don’t want a solution, but they enjoy causing agony and sufferings to others. This country has eliminated terrorism, because of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s courage and determination. If we had Ranil Wickremesinghe, the LTTE would have been demanding more and more through the Western countries while killing innocent people, intellectuals and political leaders.

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