The Sri Lanka High Commission has set up the following hotline to respond to individual queries with regard to the incidents in Sri Lanka.
Mob hotline: +44 7917382486
Queries may also be directed to the following email which will be monitored and responded to. Please note that the Mission will not respond to general queries on the situation, but to specific queries of relevance and concern.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, IT Division’s Telephone No. +94 11-2323015 has been given to the public to call with regard to information pertaining to any foreign nationals who may have been affected in the attacks.
Sri Lanka High Commission
22 April 2019
Given the current domestic and external developments, managing Sri Lanka’s foreign relations effectively is of paramount importance in order to protect and promote the interests of the Sri Lankan State and the welfare and advancement of the country’s people here and abroad.
I table for the record my full statement, that comprehensively addresses the progress made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the bilateral, regional, multilateral and functional spheres and also provides information on new initiatives undertaken to operationalize the re-orientation of Sri Lanka’s foreign policy.
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The High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the United Kingdom H.E. Manisha Gunasekera called on the Secretary of State for International Trade The Rt. Hon. Dr Liam Fox, MP, on Tuesday 19 March 2019 at the latter’s office in Parliament in London. The productive meeting entailed discussion on the promotion of trade and investment interests between the two countries, as well as possible arrangements with regard to Sri Lanka’s exports to the UK market post-Brexit. Minister Commercial of the Sri Lanka High Commission Ms. Gothami Silva and officials of the UK Department for International Trade were associated with the meeting.
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