Last Updated : 29-08-2014 20:17

 
 

Palestine President arrives

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Palestine President Muhammad Abbas arrived in Sri Lanka on Sunday night (15) for a two day visit. The delegation included Palestine Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Riyad N.A.Malki and several senior officials.

They were accorded a warm welcome at the Bandaranaike International Airport by Ministers G.L.Peiris and Athauda Seneviratne. The Palestine President will meet President Mahinda Rajapakse and several representatives of the government during his stay.

His visit is intended to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries and to promote investment opportunities. Several memoranda of understanding to meet these objects will also be signed.  (Pix and text by Deepa Adhikari)

 
 

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-28+22 # Ravi 2012-04-16 10:36
Person representing a oppressed nation meeting a Oppressor to talk about bi lateral trade - Funny.
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-20+10 # Rebecca Lemphers 2012-04-16 11:29
We dont want anymore problems in Sri Lanka ...OK !!!!!.
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-17+10 # Imran Hussein 2012-04-16 11:30
A short vacation?
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-17+12 # aj 2012-04-16 12:14
welcome to genocide land.
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-5+21 # mohamed 2012-04-16 12:27
Do not forget that Palastian appeal world muslim community to help when sri lanka was in crisise - 7 votes out 15 at Geniva were by muslim nations:- we were getting oil on reduced interest rate, many more........
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-13+6 # Tikiri Ge Kabaragoya 2012-04-16 18:23
Thank you Mohamed, hope there will be no jihad imported. We need to live in peace and harmoney machan.
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-4+0 # kiribath 2012-04-17 13:34
who gave military training to the LTTE in late 1970:s, what a nice people we are,
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