Sri Lanka condemns the terrorist attack on Speaker of the Maldivian Parliament and former President of Maldives Hon. Mohamed Nasheed

Sri Lanka condemns the terrorist attack on Hon. Mohamed Nasheed the Speaker of the Maldivian Parliament and the former President of Maldives, on 06 May 2021.

At this most critical time, the people and the Government of Sri Lanka join in expressing solidarity with the people and the Government of Maldives while strongly condemning all forms of violence.

Foreign Ministry

Colombo

07 May, 2021

The UK and Sri Lanka lead on ‘Nitrogen for Climate and Green Recovery’ 27 – 29 April 2021, Colombo

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(British High Commission in Colombo and the Government of Sri Lanka)

The UK and Sri Lanka lead on ‘Nitrogen for Climate and Green Recovery’

27 – 29 April 2021, Colombo

The British High Commission in Colombo and the Government of Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka this week held a virtual event “Nitrogen for Climate and Green Recovery”, held on 27 – 29 April 2021, in Colombo.

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Sri Lanka strongly condemns the terror attack on civilians in Pul-e-Alam city in Afghanistan

Sri Lanka strongly condemns the terror attack on civilians that took place on 30 April 2021 in   Pul-e-Alam city of Logar Province in Afghanistan. Indiscriminate violence against civilians, particularly students and children, demonstrates the cruelty of the perpetrators who intend to bring anarchy. Sri Lanka stands firmly with the Government of Afghanistan in its fight against terrorism to bring durable peace to the country.

Foreign Ministry

Colombo

01 May 2021