Today the entire humankind is faced with an enormous challenge in the wake of COVID – 19 pandemic, which is spreading across the globe causing unprecedented hardships. Living while giving priority to religious beliefs at a time of distress like this bri
For over seven decades, our two countries have nurtured a strong relationship, founded on shared values of democracy and Socio-economic orientation. The relations between our peoples go back to mid 1800s, pre-dating the formal establishment of diplomatic
Sri Lanka has now been added to the list of countries by Singapore that can opt out of dedicated SHN facilities and serve their 14-day SHN at their place of residence, if they fulfil certain criteria such as
COVID-19 may restrict travel for now but there is no reason why we can’t embark on a virtual journey into the heart of Sri Lanka’s stunning landscapes and discover the country’s most extraordinary inhabitants: its wildlife. Some of Sri Lanka’s mos
The Address by Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena at “Shaping our future together” the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations and 65th Anniversary of the United Nations in Colombo, virtual event on 23 October 2020.
Foreign Secretary Admiral Professor Jayanath Colambage says that although Sri Lanka has performed well on in international political diplomacy since gaining independence, the country needs to revisit its economic diplomacy and see how well it has served t
The decision of the POAC arises from an appeal filed in May 2019 by an LTTE front organization challenging the decision of the UK Secretary of State for Home Affairs dated 8 March 2019, which refused the application by the group to de-proscribe the Libera
Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena leading the Sri Lanka delegation to the 20th Virtual Commonwealth Foreign Affairs Ministers Meeting (CFAMM) in the sidelines of the 75 UN General Assembly last evening (14 October 2020), called for innovative thinking,
Address by Hon Dinesh Gunawardena,
Foreign Minister of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
at the High-Level Meeting on the 25th Anniversary of
the 4th World Conference on Women
The Government of Sri Lankan is committed to protect and sustainably manage natural resources, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said addressing the United Nations Summit on Biodiversity today (30).