Sri Lanka and Switzerland began the slow-dance back to normalising relations strained by the controversy surrounding the alleged abduction and intimidation of Visa Assistant Garnier Banister Francis by issuing a statement.
As the New Year dawns it is our duty as watchdogs to look ahead and try to predict what lies ahead for us citizens of the island of Sri Lanka
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has directed public officials tasked with flood relief work to amend as necessary any circulars that may be delaying disaster relief efforts.
They have been eyeball to eyeball, staring each other down over the past month, but as of this week, Sri Lanka and Switzerland will begin the long-slow dance to step back from further confrontation towards normalizing relations.
Minister Mahinda Amaraweera said yesterday that he is not satisfied by the performance of our Ambassadors in other countries.
Co-Cabinet Spokesman Minister Bandula Gunawardena said that the arrest of former minister Patali Champika Ranawaka was not made out of political vendetta.
Women for Rights, a women’s rights group affiliated with JVP today (18) said that Government has failed to provide school uniforms and textbooks for the students on time.
The Presidential Secretariat has decided to stop providing plastic water bottles for those who participate in various meetings and discussions.
Minister of Passenger Transport Management, Power and Energy Mahinda Amaraweera says that the present government has not undertaken the task of catching the thieves of the previous government as there are other institutions to do that work.
The President upon the recommendation of Army Commander Shavendra Silva has promoted a total of 63 Army Officers to their respective next ranks.