Sri Lanka says the LTTE has plans to establish virtual states even in countries where the LTTE is officially banned and therefore feels betrayed by those governments and urged the international community to prevent the move.
Prime Minister D. M. Jayaratne at a meeting with Japanese envoy Yasushi Akashi today said that the LTTE is planning to set up a virtual states in certain countries and those governments should take strict action to prevent it, the Prime Minister’s office said in a statement.
“The LTTE has planned to establish virtual states even in countries where the LTTE is officially banned. Therefore we suspect whether those governments have betrayed the Government of Sri Lanka”, the Prime Minister told Mr. Akashi.
“We have not allowed any group or individual to conspire against any State in the world within the territory of Sri Lanka. Therefore it is the duty of those governments to stop the factions who take measures against the Sri Lankan government inside their countries,” he said. (Daily Mirror online)