UN Chief Ban Ki-moon has encouraged Sri Lanka to engage constructively with the international community and cooperate with the proposed human rights inquiry to strengthen the existing domestic processes.
UN Chie’s deputy spokesman Farhan Haq told media that the Secretary-General supports the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and commends the leadership she has demonstrated to assist Sri Lanka in advancing accountability and reconciliation.
“ The Secretary-General fully understands the challenges and complexity related to post-war processes, and therefore encourages the Government of Sri Lanka to engage constructively with the international community, to strengthen the existing domestic processes in a manner that is inclusive and respectful of human rights and to work towards lasting peace in Sri Lanka,” he said.
My dear Choon (Ban ki) What so called International community did nothing to Sri Lanka within last 30 years. There AGENT supported to TIGERS secretly thats why its continued 30years. . Foolish singhalese people watch CRICKET on television & spend the time when elections come listten to LIEARS & voting.. Nw everything over Thanks to MR.. V all get to gether & try for better future. via DM Android App
mohan Saturday, 14 June 2014 09:13 AM
Yes Thanks to MR But How about to Thank the person who fought the War SF
kotik Saturday, 14 June 2014 05:00 PM
Since the demise of Norways pet Ltte butcher in 2009 no terrorism in SL & Tamils live in peace. What Mr. Moons hidden agenda with Mrs. Pillai who is a Dravidian via DM Android App
Lankan Man Saturday, 14 June 2014 12:21 PM
You can expect pre-determined outcome.
Yuri Saturday, 14 June 2014 12:23 PM
Dear Sir Bring them the Main Menu ... they will not listen to no one.
Sonali De Silva Saturday, 14 June 2014 12:36 PM
" The Secretary-General fully understands the challenges and complexity related to post-war processes' What does this B..oon know about war to give his two cents advice? And to the so called "international community". Leave us alone, we are quite capable of doing it by ourselves.
C.K.Lankaputhra Saturday, 14 June 2014 12:47 PM
We are not bothered about what happened in Iraq or else where, we are bothered about what happened and happening in this country. Mr, Moon, your co signatory of the agreement is a liar. We wish you good luck. Go ahead.
flatwhite Saturday, 14 June 2014 12:55 PM
Banki sadly mistaken we sri lankans do not need international intervention if you guys were so worried about sri lanka you would have never allowed tamil tigers to kill so many innocent people in SL for 30 years.We are still waiting for an investigation for the killing of innocent civilians by tamil tigers for 30 years and also seeking punishment on Tamil diaspora who funded tamil tigers to by weapons for mass destruction of sl.
Suq Madique Saturday, 14 June 2014 01:13 PM
Sri Lanka would have cooperated with the UN had they appointed unbiased officials. What they have done is appointed a lynching mob who have already decided SL is guilty but just need a process to make it look like justice has been served
Lokka Saturday, 14 June 2014 03:59 AM
Mr. Ban Ki-moon, at the start itself the UNHCHR has demonstrated prejudice and bias by appointing highly questionable persons for the probe. It is like your appointing the Drausman panel. No justice will be done to Sri Lanka. So, we reject any international investigation.
Yuri Saturday, 14 June 2014 01:36 PM
with the evidence they see and more they will see, we also know the result. murder and murder and murder
Anji Saturday, 14 June 2014 02:15 PM
Mr Moon, Please note that SRI LANKA and her people do not want outside interference, not 'help' by the so called crusaders of human rights - who are actually war mongers , already disrupting world peace to elect their chosen puppets. UN system and all related agencies are unfortunately no longer independent, their job is to do the work of their masters who are the US, UK, EU.
Public Saturday, 14 June 2014 06:29 AM
If Mon-ki Ban is so concerned about world peace, he has to show his faithfulness by appointing a panel to investigate the American atrocities in most of ME countries.
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