Notice to the General Public

Due to the national lockdown announced by the UK Government on 4 January 2021, Consular services of the High Commission will be offered only via telephone until further notice.

Please call the following telephone numbers for Consular Services:

Passport – 07404298581
Birth Registration/Citizenship Certificate – 07405085778
Pension – 07459150009
Any other consular matter – 07459610662

Please note that our general telephone number 0207 262 1841 may not be operational during this period and for general inquiries please call the numbers 07448649715  (for Sinhala and English speakers) or 07459719114 (for Tamil speakers).

We also wish to inform that arrival of passengers to Sri Lanka from the UK has been suspended since 22 December 2020 until further notice. Inquiries about travelling to Sri Lanka/Repatriation from the UK may be sent to the email address consular.london@mfa.gov.lk.

Repatriation Process “People Centric and Transparent” – Foreign Ministry sets the record straight

The Foreign Ministry will continue facilitating repatriations without any financial burden on Sri Lankans, the Foreign Secretary asserted responding to misinformation in the public domain. Secretary Jayanath Colombage made it clear that the role of the Missions is strictly confined to organizing repatriation flights for returnees who are tested on arrival, offered all logistical support and are quarantined at Government facilities free of charge.

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The staff of the Sri Lanka High Commission in the United Kingdom commenced work for the year 2021

The staff of the Sri Lanka High Commission in the United Kingdom commenced work for the year 2021 by offering alms to the London Buddhist Vihara and organising a special programme at the High Commission premises.
The special programme commenced with the hoisting of the National Flag of Sri Lanka at the Chancery building by High Commissioner Saroja Sirisena, followed by the singing of the National Anthem by the staff of the High Commission. Thereafter, two minutes’ silence was observed to commemorate war heroes and those who sacrificed their lives on behalf of the Motherland. This was followed by the reading of the Oath of Public Servants by the High Commissioner and staff.

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Let us unite and dedicate ourselves for the betterment of our Motherland – Foreign Minister Gunawardena

 It is our responsibility in the New Year 2021 to work together as Sri Lankans shedding all differences to safeguard the dignity, independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Sri Lanka while maintaining ‘Kalyana Mithra’ friendly relations with all countries of the world, Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena stated in his message for the New Year.

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