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Ministry of Fisheries Aquatic Resources Development has rejected media reports that the ban imposed by the European Union on Sri Lanka's fish exports will be lifted on April 21.

Issuing a statement, the ministry’s media spokesman D Wanninayake said that the discussion between the government officials and the European Union on lifting the ban is scheduled for April 21 and a decision will be taken at the meeting.

However in the first press release the ministry requested the journalists for a press conference to reveal the lifting of the ban.

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  • Laljee/Qatar Wednesday, 20 April 2016 06:01 AM

    Another Cart before the Horse story From the yahapalana Gov't ? . Any chance of a Volkswagen factory at Kuliyapitiya ?

    gobbaya Wednesday, 20 April 2016 03:47 AM

    state of affairs.....pathetic via DM Android App


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