Former Sri Lankan Navy Commander Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda has warned that the recent allegations raised by Presidential candidate and former Army Chief General Sarath Fonseka could affect the opportunity for Sri Lankan troops to be selected for UN peace keeping operations in Haiti and for overseas training.
Speaking on State television a short while ago Karannagoda, who was known to be at serious rift with Fonseka when both were serving as chiefs of their respective forces, said that the allegations raised by Fonseka, though false, could open the doors for a fresh bid by the international community to level war crimes charges against the Sri Lankan military. (DM Online)
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