The Indian National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon will visit the island before the end of this month, the Indian High Commission in Colombo confirmed. However the Sri Lankan Ministry of External Affairs has yet to receive an official communication of his visit.
Unconfirmed sources claim that the visit is a follow up to the United Nations Human Rights Council Sessions in February where India decided to vote against Sri Lanka.
Menon previously served as the Indian Foreign Secretary, the Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan and in China and Israel as a diplomat. (DS)
Comments - 6
Kondebandapucheena Wednesday, 20 June 2012 08:38 AM
He is not new to Sri Lanka ,
Asoka Wednesday, 20 June 2012 09:56 AM
Sri Lanka government should make terrorits group same like LTTE or Maoist against India and this will help to future generation of Sri Lanka. India is not a genuine friend of us. India trained, given arms, ammunitions, shelltor and help monitoraly to EXLTTE also. This is well known secret also. India went against Sri Lanka during the UNHRC meeting in Genova ,Switzerland, India still fooling Sri Lanka. Thanks god EXLTTE killed Rajavi Gandhi.
Asoka Wednesday, 20 June 2012 10:04 AM
India, Voted against Sri Lanka at the UNHRC now visiting to Sri Lanka, shameless India. Even Sri Lanka government also shameless allowing him to visit Sri Lanka.
jacoobja Wednesday, 20 June 2012 10:35 AM
Aney Pav RamUk & Sanamalli,
Plesae try to understand what is going on around you. Enough is enough .. Being a tamil we are trying to live in this same piece of land .. accept your faults the same way we paid the more than enough price .. if you are not wiling ,, then upto you. india has waited a long 25 years to take revenge ,, do not forget
RamUK Wednesday, 20 June 2012 07:04 AM
visiting again..looks like this guy have a taste for Srilankan .....i mean food
sanaboy Wednesday, 20 June 2012 07:21 AM
Sri lanka should request a full report why the Indians govt decided to vote against us. (That's the way it should be. but unfortunately our govt doesn't have a courage).
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