Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison was set to arrive in Sri Lanka on Wednesday (09), Sri Lanka External Affairs Ministry confirmed today.
Meanwhile Australian media had reported that Mr. Morrison would attend a commissioning ceremony for the two former Australian Customs and Border Protection Service Bay Class patrol vessels gifted to the Sri Lankan Government during his visit.
The commissioning ceremony seems to be a coverup. Now the UNHRC has Australia under it radar after the latest boat incident.
Azee Saturday, 05 July 2014 02:54 PM
May be Australia has now decided to take in all asylum seekers.This is the good news he may be bringing via DM Android App
mark Sunday, 06 July 2014 07:38 AM
Beware of Morrison bearing gifts - he wants to hand all the Tamil refugees back to the S/L Govt. I am sure the Govt has enough problems without being lumbered with Australian problems. I don't see why the S/L Govt wants to prevent people leaving the country - if they want to leave let them as it becomes somebody else's problem. This Minister of Immigration actions has been likened to Jews being handed back to Hitler.
flatwhite Sunday, 06 July 2014 10:14 AM
whether its is UNHRC OR UN Australia is clear on the policy will never allow tamil assylum seekers the boaties in to Australia and its a decision of the Australian Govt and they do not bubsuck to any pressure. We salute Tony Abbott for protecting our SL identity which was destroyed for last 30 years by the tamil tigers and they have no place to hide in australia
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