Sri Lanka briefs EU on implementation of reconciliation mechanisms

Sri Lanka has briefed the European Union (EU) on progress related to the implementation of reconciliation mechanisms.

Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena met the Colombo-based senior diplomatic representation of the European Union (EU) at the Foreign Ministry, and apprised them on political and economic developments in Sri Lanka.

The Minister updated the envoys of ongoing processes, including the constitutional reform process, the strengthening of democratic institutions, and on progress related to the implementation of reconciliation mechanisms, among other issues, the Foreign Ministry said.

The meeting was interactive and also entailed a discussion on EU-Sri Lanka cooperation, including trade, investment and development cooperation, and plans underway to convene the scheduled Sri Lanka-EU Joint Commission Sub-committees following the convening of the 23rd Meeting of the Sri Lanka-EU Joint Commission in January 2021.

Measures in place for the revival of tourism in Sri Lanka in the COVID -19 /post-COVID -19 context, and the Government of Sri Lanka health protocols related to quarantine were also discussed.

The Ambassador of France Eric Lavertu; the Ambassador Italy Rita Mannella, the Chargé d’Affaires of Romania Ambassador Victor Chiujdea; as well as the Deputy Heads of Mission of Germany, the Netherlands and the EU participated in the meeting. (Colombo Gazette)

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  1. If your Indian big brothers didn’t create terrorism you would not be in this situation. Trust me, South Asia has no chance to compete with the West or China. Most of you would not understand my statement, otherwise you would not have kicked out the British to go behind Indians or fought the Asia’s longest brutal civil war for decades.

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