TNA meets new Indian High Commissioner in Sri Lanka

[TamilNet, Thursday, 09 September 2004, 06:49 GMT]
A Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentary delegation Thursday morning met with the new Indian High Commissioner for Sri Lanka Ms Nirupama Rao at the Indian High Commission office. The discussion centred on the current situation of the peace process since the signing of the ceasefire agreement by the Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL) and Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), TNA parliamentary group leader Mr.R.Sampanthan told TamilNet.

The discussion between the Indian High Commissioner and the seven-member delegation lasted for about seventy-five minutes from 10 a.m. Thursday. Indian Deputy High Commissioner Mr. Mohan Kumar associated with Ms Nirupama Rao in the discussion, he said.

Both sides agreed to continue their discussions at the end of Thursday discussions, Mr.Sampanthan added.

This was the first meeting between the TNA which has twenty two parliamentarians in the current parliament with Ms Nirupama Rao since she assumed office as the new Indian High Commissioner in Sri Lanka replacing Mr. Nirupam Sen who is currently holding the post of Indian permanent representative in United Nations Headquarters.


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