The head of the Political, Trade and Communications section of the European Union (EU) office in Colombo, Paul Godfrey had talks with Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran in Jaffna today.
Godfrey said the talks focused on ensuring the work of the EU in Sri Lanka reflects the needs of the people.
“Its very important for the EU to understand the views of the Chief Minister and the other political people in the Northern province,” he said.
Wigneswaran said that he had urged the EU in the past to understand the concerns of the people in the North.
As a result, Wigneswaran said the EU official had talks with him to look at ways on working together in the future.
He said that the talks will be part of an ongoing process involving the EU and the Chief Minister’s office. (Colombo Gazette)