UK official discusses UNHRC resolution with Mangala

alok-sharmaBritish Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Alok Sharma had talks with Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera on the implementation of the UN Human Rights Council resolution on Sri Lanka.

The meeting took place in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

“Good meeting with @MangalaLK and discussion of #SriLanka commitment to UNHRC Resolution 30/01 at #UNGA,” Alok Sharma tweeted following the meeting.

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  1. I refer to following text;

    “Sept 23 (Island) Outgoing UNSG Ban Ki-moon’s call at the 71st Sessions of the UNGA for a ‘new union’ in post-war Sri Lanka has seriously disturbed the SLFP-led Joint Opposition. Top JO spokesman and Matara District MP Dallas Alahapperuma asserted that that there couldn’t be any justification in comparing Sri Lanka with Myanmar. MP Alahapperuma was addressing the media on Wednesday”

    Ban Ki Moon and the UN know much more about the ethnic problem in SL and Myanmar and also about genocide in SL, Myanmar and Rwanda than the croaking “frogs in the well” in SL.

    1. Can SL do anything against it? No
    2. should the UN stop from doing what is good for SL ? No.

    These racists are the same politicians who plundered the country and did Tamil genocde.

    Should they not be charged for crimes against humanity and thrown into jail without further delay?

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