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China removes travel advisory on Sri Lanka

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By Kelum Bandara

China has removed its travel advisory on Sri Lanka from June 22, a spokesman said. 

 The Chinese government issued a travel advisory on its nationals visiting Sri Lanka following the the suicide bombings which killed more than 250 on April 21. Later it was amended and then removed it from June 22.  “We are the first country to do so. There is no longer any travel advisory now,” the spokesman said.   

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