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Monday, 19 August 2019

To be a model embassy providing highest level of quality services and maintain dignity of  Sri Lankan Nation.

To provide excellent services to seekers of assistance and promote friendship and cordiality between Sri Lanka and the State of Kuwait and the two peoples, to promote developmental assistance, trade, tourism, investment, employment and cultural cooperation targeting prosperity of Sri Lanka.

Media Release

Kuwait -Parliamentary Delegation seek

enhanced ties with Sri Lanka

 

A delegation from the National Assembly of the State of Kuwait called on Professor G.L. Peiris, Minister of External Affairs, in Parliament.

The Kuwait Inter-Parliamentary delegation discussed with Minister Peiris a range of issues including co-operation in international fora, investment, trade and tourism. Prof. Peiris thanked the Government of Kuwait for the substantial support provided by the Kuwait Fund for a number of major projects in Sri Lanka in such fields as agriculture, irrigation and human resource development.  The Kuwait delegation pledged continuing support in the future.


The delegation comprised Mr. Saleh A Ashour, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mohammed Al Hawaila, Rapporteur of Committee on the Budget and Member of the Committee on Public Enterprises, Mr. Hamdon S.F. Alazemi, Rapporteur of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Mr. Majed Albamutairi, Member of the Committee on Public Funds and Mr. Mohammed Alhadiah, Rapporteur of the Committee on Public Utilities.

 

Ministry Of External Affairs

Colombo

05th June 2014

 
Minister Peiris highlights the NAM’s focus on pragmatism in Algeria

Minister of External Affairs Prof. G.L. Peiris led Sri Lanka’s delegation to the XVII Ministerial Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) on the theme ‘Enhanced Solidarity for Peace and Prosperity’ in Algiers on 28-29 May 2014.

Addressing the Conference on 28 May, the Minister recalled that it was at the Algiers Summit in 1973 that the Chair of NAM passed to Sri Lanka in 1976 and emphasized the continuous and consistent commitment of both Algeria and Sri Lanka to the principles, ideals and objectives of the Movement.

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Media Release

FOREIGN MINISTER OF TURKEY COMMENDS PROGRESS IN SRI LANKA

Professor G.L. Peiris, Minister of External Affairs, held bilateral discussions with Mr. Ahmet Davutoglu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, on Wednesday on the sidelines of the 17th Ministerial Meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement in Algiers.

Minister Davutoglu paid tribute to the resilience Sri Lanka had shown in its recovery from the tsunami calamity, soon after which he had visited the country, and also in respect of the impressive progress which Sri Lanka had made after the eradication of terrorism. With direct airline connectivity now established between Colombo and Istanbul, Turkey’s Foreign Minister had no doubt about the potential for further expansion of trade and tourism. He expressed interest in sending young diplomats from Turkey for exposure to the programmes of training offered in Sri Lanka.

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Media Release

SENEGAL WILL SUPPORT SRI LANKA's EFFORTS TO ENGAGE WITH AFRICAN UNION

External Affairs Minister Professor G.L. Peiris had bilateral discussions with Mr. Mankeur Ndiaye, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Senegal on Wednesday, on the sidelines of the 17th Ministerial Meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement in Algiers.

Minister Ndiaye, appreciating Sri Lanka's recent focus on the strengthening of political and economic relations with countries in the African continent,

proposed the establishment of a Joint Commission between Sri Lanka and Senegal. The two Ministers also agreed on entering into an agreement for political consultations. Senegal's Foreign Minister readily agreed to support Sri Lanka's effort to engage with the African Union at their headquarters in Addis Ababa. As the country located at the Western extremity of Africa, on the Atlantic seaboard, Senegal has great strategic and economic importance in terms of developing a mutually beneficial relationship with Sri Lanka.

The two Ministers agreed to work energetically towards this objective.

 
Press Release

Sri Lanka condemns terrorist attack on Indian Consulate in Herat, Afghanistan

The Government of Sri Lanka unequivocally condemns the terrorist attack today on the Indian Consulate in Herat Province, Western Afghanistan.  The targeting of a diplomatic mission is a matter of serious concern that should draw the attention of the wider international community, and underscores Sri Lanka’s consistent call for concerted and decisive action to combat the menace of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. It is fortuitous that there were no casualties among the Consulate staff.


Ministry of External Affairs

Colombo

 
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