Sri Lanka High Commission in London hosts a reception in honour of visiting Sri Lanka Cricket Team to ICC World Cup 2019: Highlights unity and co-existence through cricket

Captain Dimuth Karunaratne presenting a cricket bat signed by the team to the Commonwealth Secretary General, The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC as an endorsement of the Commonwealth ‘Peace at the Crease’ initiative. Also in the picture is Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to the UK H E Manisha Gunasekera.

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Minister of State for Commonwealth and UN Lord Tariq Ahmad signs Condolence Book at Sri Lanka High Commission in London.

The Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister of State for the Commonwealth and the UN at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Prime Minister’s Special Representative on Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict, and the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy on Freedom of Religion or Belief visited the Sri Lanka High Commission on Thursday 02 May 2019 to sign the Book of Condolence following the tragic terror attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka.  The Lord Ahmad was received by the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka Manisha Gunasekera.  In a discussion with the High Commissioner, the Lord Ahmad extended his deep condolences to the Government and the people of Sri Lanka and referred to the support being extended by the UK Government to Sri Lanka in various spheres in the aftermath of this tragedy.  As the UK Prime Minister’s Envoy on Freedom of Religion, the Lord Ahmad extended his particular concern and sadness with regard to the indiscriminate targeting of a particular religious community, and highlighted the need to build further on interfaith harmony and understanding in the aftermath of this tragedy.  The High Commissioner expressed her deep appreciation to Lord Ahmad for the expression of concern, support and solidarity with Sri Lanka following the unprecedented multiple terror attacks.

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Members of Parliament, faith leaders and Sri Lankan diaspora deplore Sri Lanka terror attacks as ‘not in our name’ and propound universal loving kindness and solidarity at inter-faith meeting in UK Parliament

The Lord Sheikh Member of the House of Lords welcoming the gathering at the interfaith meeting

UK Members of Parliament, faith leaders and the British Sri Lankan community leaders deplored the Easter Sunday terror attacks in Sri Lanka, condoled with the victims’ families, and propounded universal loving kindness at an inter-faith meeting held in the House of Lords, Westminster on Monday 29 April 2019.  The interfaith meeting was organised by the Lord Sheikh, Member of the House of Lords in partnership with the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the UK Manisha Gunasekera, in remembrance of the victims of the Easter Sunday terror attacks in Sri Lanka.

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Home Secretary Sajid Javid, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Other Dignitaries sign Condolence Book at Sri Lanka High Commission in London

The Secretary of State for the Home Department The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP signing the Condolence Book at the Sri Lanka High Commission in London. High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the UK H E Manisha Gunasekera is also in the picture.

The Secretary of State for the Home Department The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP visited the Sri Lanka High Commission in London on Thursday 25 April 2019 to offer condolences to the Government and the people of Sri Lanka following the tragic terror attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. The Home Secretary was received by the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the UK Manisha Gunasekera.  Following the signing of the Book of Condolence, in a brief meeting with the High Commissioner, the Home Secretary conveyed his deepest condolences to the Sri Lankan Government and its people, especially to the families of the victims, as well as to the British Sri Lankan community in the UK.  He expressed the support and solidarity of the UK Government to Sri Lanka in the aftermath of the brutal attacks.  The High Commissioner extended her deep appreciation to the Home Secretary for his concern and support, and for the cooperation extended by the UK Government in the aftermath of this tragedy. 

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UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt signs Condolence Book at the Sri Lanka High Commission in London

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP signing the Condolence Book at the Sri Lanka High Commission in London. High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the UK H E Manisha Gunasekera is also in the picture.

The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs The Rt Hon. Jeremy Hunt MP visited the Sri Lanka High Commission in London on Wednesday 24 April 2019 to offer condolences to the Government and the people of Sri Lanka following the tragic terror attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka.  The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs was received by the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the UK Manisha Gunasekera. Following the signing the Book of Condolence, the Secretary of State conveyed his deepest condolences on behalf of the UK Government to the Government of Sri Lanka led by President Maithripala Sirisena, the Sri Lankan people, and especially the families of the victims.  High Commissioner Gunasekera extended her deep appreciation to Foreign Secretary Hunt for the strong support being extended by the UK Government including the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the aftermath of this tragedy.

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Vigil by the British Sri Lankan Community in the UK following the Tragic Easter Sunday Terror Attacks in Sri Lanka

The British Sri Lankan Community in the UK organized a candlelight vigil in front of the Sri Lanka High Commission premises on 22nd April 2019 in commemoration of victims of the tragic Easter Sunday terror attacks in Sri Lanka. The High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the UK Manisha Gunasekera and staff also participated in the vigil. A prayer ceremony was conducted by Rev Father Sudham Perera, Chaplain of the Sri Lankan Catholic Sinhala Speaking Community on this occasion.

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