SLA, LTTE meet again in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 06 October 2004, 04:59 GMT]
Sri Lankan armed forces met the Liberation Tigers Wednesday in Batticaloa to discuss the implementation of the cease fire agreement in the districts of Batticaloa and Amparai. The LTTE delegation was led by Mr. S. Marshall, head of the Tigers' headquarters branch for Batticaloa-Amparai. Sri Lankan armed forces delegation was led by Col. A. L Amaratunga, commander of 23-3 Brigade in Batticaloa. Continuing killings and the activities of paramilitaries in the eastern district were discussed at the meeting.

Mr. Marshall was accompanied by Mr. Kuyilinpan, head of LTTE's political division for Amparai and Mr. Daya Mohan, head of LTTE's administrative service in Batticaloa-Amparai.

Senior Superintendent of Police for Batticaloa, Mr. Mahes Samaradiwakara and Commander of Special Task Force for Batticaloa-Amparai, Mr. Vasantha Ratnayaka were also in the Sri Lankan armed forces delegation.

The meeting was held at the Vavunathivu Divisional Secretary's office in the no man's land five kilometres southwest of Batticaloa town. A representative of the truce monitoring mission in the eastern district presided.

 

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