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President meets ‘Oshin’

2018-03-14 21:13:18
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President Maithripala Sirisena today met actress Ayako Kobayashi, who played the role of Oshin in the teledrama 'Oshin', the most famous Japanese TV show, during a dinner hosted by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his office today. Pix by President’s Media


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  • Raji Thursday, 15 March 2018 13:14

    Have fun with the increased taxes collected from our hard earned money. Even Part of the taxes collected from patients obtaining treatment at private hospitals, also goes towards their Japan tour bill. 5 day visit to Japan by President and his delegation after SL PM and his delegation visiting Japan not so long ago is a waste of public money with little tangible benefits to the country.

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    Mohomed Thursday, 15 March 2018 14:31

    Good one bro I am with you on this

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    Waco Thursday, 15 March 2018 15:02

    Only smiling but no taking. Better for them to come ASAP, if not they will be Dumed.

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    Rushmie Fernando Thursday, 15 March 2018 15:24

    Mrs. Sirisena looks so graceful.

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    smartgent Thursday, 15 March 2018 20:22

    He is our President, elected by the people of this nation, irrespective of how he has discharged his duties. He is not a rogue. His visit to Japan is official and taking his wife is usual for a Head of state to do. Hence plz do not criticize everything he does, give him his due respect.

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    Raji Thursday, 15 March 2018 21:56

    My comment was not directed towards Mrs. Sirisena, it just happens she is in the photo whilst my response was to Presidents visit to Japan with an unknown number of delegates for 5 days. It’s not even 1 year since Ranil too visited Japan last April with another unspecified number of delegates for 7 Days. Would you believe Ranil 7 days and MS 5 days

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